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"Those are brave men knocking at the door. Let's go and kill them!" - Tyrion Lannister
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Posted 05 September 2012 - 01:32 PM
I can see how this could confuse you, but yet you chose to call the river when one of the worst possible cards hit. I tend to agree with calling river here as there will be a decent amount of bluffs while you're getting a very good price. But if you are going to call the river, then there is no reason for you not to shove the turn. If he has you beat already he will definitively bet river and get your chips. If not, well then you shoving turn will either make him pay extra to hit his outs, or give you the 6k pot without him having the chance to bink the river. This is a scenario where you don't really care about the times he has you beat, but you want to maximize your equity when he doesn't.
Posted 06 September 2012 - 07:19 AM
not sure if you still wanted feedback on this thread since its over 2 weeks old but here is my two cents
To me it looks pretty standard what you did untill the turn, personally id just jam the turn and not see the river.. everything the villain has done upto this point looks super weak and can never ever have a real made hand in this spot. So Jam on the turn would be perferable to collect all the dead money thats out there, if we do get called we have decent equity against the villains range even if the villain's range consist of a pair and a diamond draw.
On the flop, with the stack ratio the villain would re shove over the top with anytype combo/two pair/set hands, then again his passive play rules out two pair/sets especially in the cut off position (like really whats he hoping to achieve limp in the cut off and hope the blinds have a monster and try and stack off.. /sarcasm).. so when he flats the flop, his hand basically is open..his hand range consist of middle/bottom pair or top pair with a bad kicker.. and we're crushing everything... this why its a easy shove on the turn.
River. The decision is very player dependant like the villains hand range can consist of a diamond as we've narrowed his hand range down to a pair and his kicker may consist of diamond.. his shove on the river looks very semi polarised and your getting a decent pot odds to make the call.
thats my two cents hope it was helpful
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