I gave him 6Combos of AK(6), 88(1), 1010(3), 98s(2) KQs(1 maybe). So 50/50 I'm winning/loosing.
Should I be betting here 50% pot? 66%? and bet folding or checking back? Only hands that are calling are AK and idk if they call all the time. Thoughts?
June 12, 2016 | 9:17 p.m.
Probably raise to 70-80$. Trying to get 1 or 2 to call. Flop sucks. I'd probably slow down as you don't want to take the Bet flop check turn line.
June 11, 2016 | 5:48 a.m.
I'd probably 1/2 pot bet river fold to raise.
May 27, 2016 | 1:37 a.m.
Bet more flop/turn. you 5x limp raise him but bet 1/2-1/3 of pot on all streets
Bet more like 75-80%
May 27, 2016 | 1:36 a.m.
I guess it really depends what kind of player you are (and you know best), and what your doing most of the time, but you hand can bet anything from AQs/QJ/1010 and most players with a bare king try to get a little more value and all others shove river as bluffs.
Nov. 21, 2015 | 10:55 p.m.
I feel like your getting floated a ton here. I probably bet turn more often than checking and even Cbet larger OOP like 3$.
He has like 15 combos for value, and has a least 15+ bluff combos here.
Why do you give him 10Js but not KQss?
Do you not think that everything you want to extract value from on the flop turns their hand into a bluff after you check two streets to them? You never rep AK/KQ/AA/99 after checking two streets.
Nov. 21, 2015 | 9:27 p.m.
When he bets 8.3$ into 17.5$ there's like 26$ in the pot and we have 42.5$ behind so about 5x his bet size/and 1.9PTS if you shove you'll be giving him 34$ into 68$ or 1:2 odds. It's not a bad shove if you think he calls with KxXs/AsX/KJ/KQ.
I also like the 21$ flop raise and AI OTT on non spade. Since we might have more As
Combos and if we shove the flop out hand is more weighed towards AK,AA no
Spade that doesn't get called as light.
Nov. 21, 2015 | 9:09 p.m.
I feel like it's a fold, because what value hands is he doing this with OTR. Does be bluff AhX this way? Or 98hh? I feel like he has some value and rarely any bluffs unless he thinks you have 2hearts in your hand
Based on his bet sizing I feel like he atleast knows what's going on and that your range could be 10x, fd, and even a boat after the turn call so when he shoves river. I doubt it's with a bare Ax and more likely a 10x or 77, or even 1010. You gotta be right 33% of the time and so if he is the type to raise Q10/K10 OTF, and shove river hoping to get called by 109, I would call. But I feel like it's only 77/1010/A10, I think it's a fold.
Nov. 20, 2015 | 2:01 p.m.
UTG: $29.31 (Hero)
Rake is $0.31
Nov. 19, 2015 | 2:47 a.m.
I'd call turn, raise river/let him bluff river. He has a very narrow value range on the turn you wanna keep those in or raise more on the turn. Although I find myself thinking about this spot all the time.
- On one hand I wanna raise turn (2.5x-3x) even tho I'm probably going to get folds from everything besides 1010/QJcc/AQcc, but it really depends on if you can rep a flush draw as well on the turn to get light called by JJ/QQ on the river.
- So lets say he does have (QQ-TT,AcQc,AcJc,Ac8c-Ac4c) he is at best 15% and bets turns/river 100% of the time if he hits or not, also bluffs any Q/J/A river. I would say there is more money to be made in just a call, and maybe if he does to you on the river you can get a 3rd bet in with him having a bluff catcher if he wasnt on clubs and thought you were.
For me its a Call/Raise to 10$/Min raise, but it depends on your game and style.
July 8, 2013 | 10:40 p.m.
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July 8, 2013 | 9:37 p.m.
Gotta say, the hands selection for this video kinda sucks imo. Lots of standard getting it in and tons of coolers. I stopped watching after the standard 5bets every flop with AA/KK.
Your sizing is probably the biggest leak imo. Need to work on getting more value from worst hands and not letting the pot to stack ratio to be so high when your looking to "shove get it in" and get called on the river or even "bet get it in on the turn with decent equality.
Also if your going to flat with QQ for a flop Pot to stack ratio of 1.5 you should just be 4 bet jamming.
Mike - Ottawa
July 8, 2013 | 9:13 p.m.
of those that dont 3 bet us preflop is 109dd, KJ,
I would bet slightly smaller the turn,. The size doesn't change the call that much and just makes that pot bigger for the river. You betting to large reduces the number of FD in his range.
We only really beat the 109dd on the river and if he doesnt 3bet thje flop. We lose too often.
I'd check the turn next time.
Jan. 7, 2013 | 6:32 a.m.
Maybe you could walk us through setting up an excel sheet with equations for us to enter Possible fold Eq/odds.
Idk what other equations i should know >.<
Dec. 28, 2012 | 2:24 a.m.
Dec. 26, 2012 | 6:16 p.m.
He is playing 63% of hands. You take advantage of this by having two raising ranges on the button. If this was a vacuum and you would never see him again you wanna raise 3x/4x with your value and 2x for cheap steals. However this is low stakes and the larger the pot in position, the more money we can in on later streets. So let's say we tighten up and only open like 30% of buttons and he is calling 50% of Sb our range beards his overall. We are in position we can extract a lot of value when we have the winning hand and fold when we dont. It's already apparent that this guy doesn't fold. So we have to have lesser bluffs in our range. So raise 3x with our value.
Dec. 26, 2012 | 2:23 p.m.
I agree. Squeeze this preflop, your hand has a lot of blockers as well as villains range is very wide and you can get a lot of folds.
I dont like a check raise mainly because of how little we have a 6 in our hand here. We would 3bet 1010+, and not C/R with 55/77-99. So our hand is a lot of FD.
After button flats it's very likely he has hand with good equilty verse our hand. 6xXx 77+ or AsXs. So the CR makes it worse because his hand helps define our range better and he can play accordingly.
Dec. 26, 2012 | 1:24 p.m.
Dec. 26, 2012 | 1:13 p.m.
Why did you bet so small on the turn? A bet around 8-9 dollars would give us a easier read on his strength, when he leads into us on the river as the flush hits.
As played I would bet more on turn and fold after he leads leads on river after it completes flushes, 10, 5.
I'm pretty sure TPTK never is good here on the river as this played out.