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    Hero (SB): $80.15 (160.3 bb)
    BB: $24.97 (49.9 bb)
    UTG: $63.66 (127.3 bb)
    MP: $50.76 (101.5 bb)
    CO: $120.67 (241.3 bb)
    BTN: $69.26 (138.5 bb)

    Preflop: Hero is SB with 8 of spades A of hearts
    4 folds, Hero raises to $1, BB calls $0.50

    Flop: ($2) Q of clubs 8 of clubs Q of spades (2 players)
    Hero bets $1.20, BB raises to $5.60, Hero calls $4.40

    Turn: ($13.20) K of spades (2 players)
    Hero checks, BB bets $13.20, Hero folds

    Results: $13.20 pot ($0.88 rake)
    Final Board: Q of clubs 8 of clubs Q of spades K of spades
    Hero mucked 8 of spades A of hearts and lost (-$6.60 net)
    BB mucked and won $12.32 ($5.72 net)

    V:49/8 50h

    Q1: What hands does V raise so big and which hands should we continue with?

    A1: worst case we have 22% against Qx and combodraw.

    <b>Equity</b> <b>Win</b> <b>Tie</b>  
    <b>MP2</b>  12.73%  12.63%  0.10% Ah8s
    <b>MP3</b>  87.27%  87.17%  0.10% 88, AQs, KQs, Q2s+, KcJc, KcTc, JcTc, Jc9c, Tc9c, AQo, KQo, Q7o+, JTo

    if we include some 8x and more flushdraws,we have best case 35%. we need 33%.

    With Ah8s we should not call the flop raise, because we dont have enough EQ. The raiser has to be exceptionally aggressive for this raise size.

    Q2: Which hands are bottom line that can we continue?

    A2: combodraws, which we should only call, because we dont have much FE. Maybe NFD since we have iomplieds agaisnt fish.

    Q3: Is it better to have Ac8s or Ax8s?

    A3: First of all, if Villain only has Qx and combodraws here, we should not call A8 at all. If villain is exceptionally aggressive, we want him to have the Ac. But we dont have room to improve, so it would be hard to call multiple barrels. It would be better to call TT+ without clubs here.

    "Life´s greatest lessons are learned through Pain"

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