Turn: ($19.40) 5 (2 players) CO bets $10.55 and is all-in, Hero calls $10.55
River: ($40.50) 5 (2 players, 1 is all-in)
Results: $40.50 pot ($2.50 rake)
Final Board: Q 8 2 5 5
CO showed K K and won $38 ($18 net)
Hero mucked Q A and lost (-$20 net)
V: 27/18 31% RFI CO 3,1% 4b range 1,6k hands
Q1: can we fold turn if we had AhQc?
A1: if V can not have Ah it becomes very hard to have over 25% on turn, especially since V only has 3% 4b range. On the other hand folding with TPTK in 4b pot is hard, because we usually dont have better hands and SP-ratio is very small.
QQ+, AhKh, AhJh, JhTh, Th9h
V has to bet either hands like JJ or Th9h for us to have over 25%.
his 4bet and flop cbet are kind of bigger than usual. Preflop we can lay down AJo but AQ has the needed 32% vs his 3,1% 4b range.
TT+, AQs+, AKo
conclusion: if we block V semi bluffing range and he bets more than half pot on the turn + he has a tight 3bet range + is passive, only then can we think of folding TPTK in 4bet pot.
This is usually not the case, so it is better to call as default.
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