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I dont think raising flops does us any good. I dont expect him to be folding his nfds (his AA-combos are likely to be suited given the action prefolop) and thismboard just nails his range. I would actually like the plan of flatting and just potting blank turns if he checks to us, which would put him in an aweful spot with his AA+nfd. Certainly would barrel the river too. I dont really see a problem in merging our range here a little bit.
Vs an unknown I would also prefer raising blank turns much more than raising flops with my range.

Oct. 3, 2014 | 9:33 p.m.

3betting pre is standard.

I might consider putting this hand in my c/r range otf, given it is less of a disaster to not get immediate value than with a set + nfd. Also with 34% we are doing okish against topset and we want to be able to not give up ott the after checking. It is very player dependant though.

I would barrel the turn expecting enough fe from p+fd+gs, p+oc etc and basically from any fd that decided to peel the flop once. I do expect a 2b from any set+fd, set+gs, 2p+draw kind of hand otf, which reduces the amount of hand combos villain can have of a hand we are not doing superwell against.

June 22, 2014 | 3:51 p.m.

Thanks for your answer.

June 15, 2014 | 3:22 p.m.

Hand History | qrlwx posted in PLO: PLO25 Rush - messed up turned nfd 3way
BB: $28.76
BN: $34.73 (Hero)
SB: $64.42
This was the first time I played with either of the players. SB is 62/37/6 over 80 hands, BB 40/40 over 7. I noted that some hands ago SB minopened JTK9hh otb, cb 2/3 pot on Qc6c2d, 2/3 on Td and checked 3s river (also 3way).
Some more stats of SB: Total AFq 54, Total AF 4, donk flop: 0/12, cbet flop 83%, fold to cbet flop 55%, WTSD 22%, WSD 50%
Preflop ($0.35) (3 Players)
Hero was dealt K A T 7
Hero raises to $0.85, SB raises to $2.80, BB folds, Hero calls $1.95
I think theres some merit in 4betting, however villain has been somewhat nitty with 3bets.
Flop ($5.95) 3 4 J (2 Players)
SB checks, Hero checks
There are some good turns for me, also I dont think I have got a ton of FE. Also I've been somewhat suspicious since villain has been cbetting 83% of flops. I also assume that hes aware that I have been opening a ton of buttons 3way, so he likely knows that hes not getting a much folding equity on an uncoordinated board like this. I don't quite remember specifically how aggressive I had been in this session, but I tend to stab these boards against indicated weakness. He might have been aware that I've got a bet/fold range in this spot.
Most of the time i put him on an overpair thats going to potcontrol (although somehwat unlikely given his cbet stats) or a set/some 2pair combos hes trying to trap with. On the other hand there are not too many combos of those in his pf range given his 3betting stats... I checked behind given the danger of getting c/r, waiting for some good turn cards.
Turn ($5.95) 3 4 J 7 (2 Players)
SB bets $4.38, Hero raises to $18.99, SB raises to $33.60, Hero calls $12.94, and is all in
I think potting turn here is just silly by me... Any comments?
River ($75.86) 3 4 J 7 Q (2 Players)
Final Pot
SB wins $68.71

June 14, 2014 | 3:18 p.m.

Imo he'll take the same line with any blocker+fd hand otf and check behind the times he missed the flop - we're a 2:1 favorite against a hand like AdQcTc7d. Taking into account he'll take the same line the times he has it, with 2,1:1 effective odds (imo the flop reshove covers his whole range), the 2b otf is pretty questionable.

April 26, 2014 | 5:27 p.m.

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