Be interested to see how you handle/blueprint strategy for playing turns having raised btn and cbet 1/3 of pot vs BB. Also how you play BB vs this strategy.
SB vs BB is another commonly occuring spot would be great to get some analysis on.
March 22, 2017 | 7:49 p.m.
The player that bet the turn is never folding a pr+draw for 500 there in my experience, perhaps a smaller raise is more in order as pot is still 3way though. He doesn't care about pot odds etc. In these big pots vs a typical live player I think the IP player often checks back one pair type hands due to thinking "the pot is already big enough".
Dec. 7, 2016 | 7:11 p.m.
At 7.09 on right hand table, I think I often lead this turn (6525r) w/ 33 when flop checks around as figure to have the best hand pretty often and we're vulnerable to overcards. Thoughts?
Nov. 1, 2016 | 10:45 a.m.
Is a triple straddled hand 1/3/6/12/24
I open to 74 utg w/KK btn calls (never played with before but has reloaded to cover weaker player and has ~2,5k) Weaker player out of straddle peels ( has called off 1500 pre w/ 79o a few orbits previously after he 3bet an open of 10 to 150 and gambled it up vs a cold 4 bet jam) I cover both
842r (240) I cbet 175 and both players call
Turn (765) 5 and weaker player leads 50, I raise to 500 and btn calls, straddle folds
River (1800) J and i fire 1000, button has ~2k and jams pretty quickly.
Any thoughts on all streets appreciated. Thought btn would have all the sets on flop, probably not 76s as rather tight.Was targetting 99/TT/QQ on the river and not really expecting him to ever bluff me. Was a little concerned that a river jam would perhaps fold out some of these hands and I'd end up value cutting myself.