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    Join date: 2019/08/15

    PokerStars, Hold’em No Limit – $0.01/$0.02 – 6 players

    UTG: $1.96 (98 bb)     V 26 P 22
    MP: $1.52 (76 bb)
    CO: $2.70 (135 bb)
    BU (Hero): $2.43 (122 bb)
    SB: $1.43 (72 bb)
    BB: $3.22 (161 bb)

    Pre-Flop: ($0.03) Hero is BTN with Q Q
    UTG raises to $0.06, 1 fold, CO 3-bets to $0.21, Hero calls $0.21, 2 players fold, UTG calls $0.15

    Flop: ($0.66) 6 3 5 (3 players)
    UTG checks, CO checks, Hero bets $0.48, UTG calls $0.48, CO folds

    Turn: ($1.62) 4 (2 players)
    UTG bets $1.27 (all-in), Hero calls $1.27

    River: ($4.16) J (2 players, 1 all-in)

    Total pot: $4.16 (Rake: $0.15)


    UTG shows J J (three of a kind, Jacks)
    BU (Hero) shows Q Q (a pair of Queens)

    UTG wins $4.01

    Q1:After the original 3better checks on flop, the donk bet it is correct from us?

    A1: I don´t know. On that time, I didn´t want to give him a free card to AK hit on the turn, that´s how I thought.

    Q2: Should we call the turn jam?

    A2: Against this villain opening from UTG, he is not a fish so his range is pretty capped, so lets take a look into equilab giving him the following jam range on this board:

    We have 38.20% equity against his shoving range and we have pot odds of 30.50% so its a call here.

    We are on a rocket, not a plane.


    Ryan Hassett

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    Join date: 2017/09/23

    Hey man how’s it going , I’m new here so these are my thoughts but by no means correct .

    As played pre flop i think is Is correct. on the flop I don’t believe it’ a donk bet as pre flop aggressor has now checked so uve just took the betting lead . 

    On the turn I think it’s a defo call , the hand range u gave him I think is decent pre other than AA,kk do u not think he would come back over the top especially as he been 3bet and cold called . But now he’s donk bet all in I think u have to take away all lower pairs that now give him a full house/straight as yr range is even more capped as u cold called the 3bet with still the initial raiser to act most likes 10s jjs qqs Ak .I think he feels with another low card his jjs are most likely ahead but doesn’t want you checking behind for an ace/king to land on the river . From his perspective the only hand he’s probably behind is the 1 yr holding . 


    Ryan Hassett

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    Join date: 2017/09/23

    I did warn i was new here plz all ignore the above statement of full house for some reason at first glance i saw two 3s on flop . having said that i dont think it changes the hand too much .



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    Join date: 2018/06/14

    If he open and calls a 3bet with 56s, 78s, AND shove this on the turn, I don’t think his range is that capped. But overall I think is a good call. Sick river.


    CFP Student

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    Join date: 2018/01/25

    A1: You didn’t donk bet, since the aggressor PF checked and you are in position. The Bet is ok, as the size. You extract from AKs or other broadways suited (depends on the 3Bet of the villain) and worse hands like TT, JJ, maybe 99.

    A2: This is a very strange situation as well as a shitty one, because a 4th card for a straight hits the Turn. In a SRP pot I would definitelly fold against any villain, but since this is a 3Bet pot you must consider the 3bet % of the villain and the hands sample… I can see villain is a 26/22 but I don’t know his hand sample size, so I’ll take in consideration he’s a regular player. I agree with the range that you put the villain with, maybe I’ll put A2s also and even with that it’s a call. To ease your life, basicly if you think the villain do this kind of play with overpairs it’s already a call because you beat JJ-77. Put a note on this villain.

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