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    Murat Cakmak
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    Replies: 514
    Topics: 99
    Join date: 2018/01/17

    SB: $30.78 (153.9 bb)
    Hero (BB): $27.10 (135.5 bb)
    UTG: $22.42 (112.1 bb)
    MP: $47.87 (239.4 bb)
    CO: $20 (100 bb)
    BTN: $49.21 (246.1 bb)

    Preflop: Hero is BB with K of hearts A of spades
    UTG folds, MP raises to $0.60, 3 folds, Hero calls $0.40

    Flop: ($1.30) Q of clubs 3 of clubs K of spades (2 players)
    Hero checks, MP bets $0.20, Hero raises to $1.14, MP calls $0.94

    Turn: ($3.58) T of clubs (2 players)
    Hero bets $2.14, MP calls $2.14

    River: ($7.86) 4 of hearts (2 players)
    Hero checks, MP bets $7.86, Hero folds

    Results: $7.86 pot ($0.52 rake)
    Final Board: Q of clubs 3 of clubs K of spades T of clubs 4 of hearts
    Hero mucked K of hearts A of spades and lost (-$3.88 net)
    MP mucked and won $7.34 ($3.46 net)

    V:29/12 335h openlimp 17%

    notes: postflop spew // raises turn+bet river  A4 K53 A7

    Q1: 3bet pre?

    A1: definitely we can 3bet. But with only 12% PFR, his range consists mainly of broadways which I dominate heavily. And he starts spewing postflop, so I didnt want him to fold pre.

    Q2: bet turn?

    A2: I would rather B/F the turn instead of X/C.

    222

    green flop , gray river. The black point  is when he raised river.

    based on his pfr I gave him all suited broadways and the best off suit ones , 77+ and suited aces. On the turn I believe he minbet-calls alot. 77-JJ with a club too.

    111

    we have 48% on the turn. This is a case where we want to bet/fold instead of check-call.

    Q3: What do we do on river?

    A3: best case

    11111

    Against this range we have 45%.

    worst case

    33

    we have 33%. I dont believe V is folding AT, JT, JJ on the turn. The question is how many of those ahnds he pots on river. Against someone passive, we have a fold here, because we dont expect them to bet worse or bluff a lot. Against this guy, I am not sure, I believe he has a high bluff frequency here based on previous hands and his Bet river stat. IT is 50% (20) in SRP.

    Conclusion: in this case check-call is totally fine, but high variance.

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    #464735

    Guido
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    Replies: 348
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    Join date: 2017/12/07

    I 3-bet preflop for sure. He will call with enough hands that you dominate.

    I check-raise pot on the flop. I want them to pay with their draws.

    I bet about the same on the turn and 1/2 pot on the river.

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