I am playing on a swedish site (therefore I type in bb's instead of SEK)
It is a 5-seat table,
PREFLOP: I open for 4bb utg w/ QJdc and get called by everyone except BB
*I generally open bigger on this site since it is a very loose/fishy game, where I want to be able to build the pot as fast as possible postflop assuming I connect with the flop
Flop brings: QJ7css
FLOP: QJ7css SB checks, I bet 13bb's into a pot of 16bb, only CO calls
TURN: 2s, I check and CO checks
Here I check because I do not really want hero to raise and put me in an awkward situation. Also note that the players generally do not semibluff on this stake (on this site) with, say, ATsc. So if hero raises me here I assume I am behind a large percentage of the time to either a flush or a randomly slowplayed set on the flop. Should I still bet the turn to protect my hand vs straight & flushdraws? What would you do?
May 13, 2019 | 12:45 p.m.
Thanks for the video! At 16:05 (bottom right table) you continue with a polarized turn bet vs a range containing inter alia TT-QQ. Is it a bet/call here if he shoves on the turn? I don't see that we will get 3 streets of value against worse hands so I assume it's either a bet/bet/chk or bet/chk/bet line we are going for? *Finished the hand post comment and saw, contrary to my belief, that you play it 3 streets for value.
Are you more inclined to check the turn if it is a Td and go for value on the river (say Tc) instead, seeing how Td would not add value to our hand on the turn? Hopefully my Q makes sense :) Cheers!
May 9, 2019 | 11:54 a.m.
@ 23:30 on the bottom-left table, you 3b 99 on the btn v CO and say that you will 3b/call a reasonable betsize. Do you 3b/call 88+ in that spot or do you also cold call 88-TT in that situation against unknown?
Aug. 22, 2018 | 11:44 a.m.
Really enjoyed this video. I was wondering about the AA hand on the top-left table at 8:49, what do you do if villain 3bet you on such a wet board texture? Do you always 4bet and/or call in that spot or do you mix it up? If you 4bet and he shoves, do you call or fold in that spot and why? Cheers!