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PokerStars 5/10 Hold'em (5 handed) Hand History Converter Tool from FlopTurnRiver.com (Format: FlopTurnRiver)Preflop: econ_tim is BB with Kclub.gif, Aheart.gif. 3 folds, SB raises, econ_tim 3-bets, SB caps, econ_tim calls.Flop: (8 SB) Qspade.gif, 6club.gif, 6spade.gif(2 players)SB bets, econ_tim calls.Turn: (5 BB) Jheart.gif(2 players)SB bets, econ_tim calls.River: (7 BB) 4club.gif(2 players)SB bets, econ_tim calls.Final Pot: 9 BB Haven't been paying attention to the action because I had to reconfigure my HUD. This is the first good hand I've seen. I would like a turn raise if the preflop didn't get capped.

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What do you beat?
AT, A9, A8, A7, T9, 72, etc.This is a blind battle. People will cap some really bizarre hands. Sure, the Q and J kinda suck, but once we get to the river (and we should get to the river), folding can't be right.I like how you played it.
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AT, A9, A8, A7, T9, 72, etc.This is a blind battle. People will cap some really bizarre hands. Sure, the Q and J kinda suck, but once we get to the river (and we should get to the river), folding can't be right.I like how you played it.
True enough, but I think we need a read that he will keep pushing w/o a pair.
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If you know you're going to be calling a bet on the river anyway, I think it would be better to raise the turn instead. This may get AK, TT, 99, 88, etc. to fold, otherwise you'll probably get a free showdown. If he puts another bet into the pot, you know you're beat.

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If you know you're going to be calling a bet on the river anyway, I think it would be better to raise the turn instead. This may get AK, TT, 99, 88, etc. to fold, otherwise you'll probably get a free showdown. If he puts another bet into the pot, you know you're beat.
That's just a suicidal play to be honest. Raising the turn is horrible when you have a hand that you can showdown and also most likely have outs to make the best hand too. I think you probably have zero fold equity on the turn, I don't think he folds anything that you're not already ahead of.
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That's just a suicidal play to be honest. Raising the turn is horrible when you have a hand that you can showdown and also most likely have outs to make the best hand too. I think you probably have zero fold equity on the turn, I don't think he folds anything that you're not already ahead of.
I think 22 would fold to a turn raise. You won't get 3-bet by many hands that don't have you dominated.
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