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Just wondering what the special trick is to post ACR hands. Can't seem to figure it out. Thanks.

Jan. 12, 2019 | 4:05 p.m.

Winning Poker Network Game #1346415781: No Limit Holdem (5,000/10,000)
Table: BIG10 - $7,500 GTD, Table 24

Seats: 9
Seat 1: (170,770)
Seat 2: Villain (280,913)
Seat 3: Hero (469,694)
Seat 4: (153,881)
Seat 5: (182,366)
Seat 6: (202,376)
Button is seat 3

HERO: dealt [As Jd]
VILLAIN: raises 20,000
HERO: raises 58,585

FLOP: 5s3h4h


Turn: 5s3h4h Js

I think my 3-bet is a bit on the smaller size. I'm calling off SB (15BB) and BB (18)...Probably should have gone for 70k-80k.

Anyways, we both check flop. Hit the J on the turn. What type of sizing do you like here?

Jan. 12, 2019 | 3:59 p.m.

No Limit Holdem (2,400/4,800)
Table: BIG10 - $15,000 GTD Mega Stack, Table 3
Tournament: 9339002
Seats: 9
Seat 1: HERO (175,830)
Seat 2: (59,787)
Seat 3: (135,926)
Seat 4: (16,780)
Seat 5: (200,742)
Seat 6: BUTTON (152,328)
Seat 8: VILLAIN (168,485)
Button is seat 6
jcm_1995: posts small blind 2,400
shotskee: posts big blind 4,800

HERO BB: dealt [Ac Ks]


BUTTON: Raise to 9,600
SB: ALL-IN 170,000
BB (Hero): AKo

We are on the bubble. This may seem trivial, i.e. an easy snap call. But, what is SB shoving here with 35bb? It really looks like a steal, however shouldn't the SB be just a bit concerned about the BB (hero)? Hero is 4/28.

Jan. 12, 2019 | 3:14 p.m.

Post | alwaysonblack posted in MTT: JJ 12.5BB TURBO BUBBLE

I am fairly confident this is a standard shove, but let me know if I am wrong being so close to the money.

Global Poker 7.5k gar $100 Turbo

18 players left 15 cash ($201). Blinds 1000/2000 100 ante

Winning Reg with 16.5bb opens 3.5bb on the Cutoff
Hero JJ 12.5bb (8/18) on button and shove.
SB: 6bb
BB: 8bb

What is villain opening 3.5x? I have to assume he has a fairly wide range. Let's say 25% and obviously I am way ahead of his range here. Or since it is so large (3.5x) is it more like top 10%? Either way JJ is still ahead. However, since both our stacks are relatively small he really doesn't have much fold equity so he is calling off a high percentage of the time. So he probably calls with >1010 and >AJo. So I am essentially flipping. If I fold, I can wait and easily cash or pick a future spots to pick up chips against smaller stacks without my tournament life on the line. Or, is the previous option (folding) just way to nitty, especially in a turbo?

Any thoughts on the above I appreciate.

Dec. 30, 2018 | 3:15 p.m.

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