He has such a wide range hard to see him not having at least 2 pair by the river. He prob checks back his kxxx on the river, you block club draws, only hand u beat that makes sense is j8xx
What are your thoughts on checking the flop? Feel like this flop isnt great for your 3bet range pre.
Didnt do the math but it seams like you have enough equity to shove the turn, if correct then saves your from making incorrect folds on the river
Feb. 12, 2017 | 9:07 p.m.
T976 seems doesnt seem like angood multi hand, you never have the nut flush and rarely have the nut st8 cuz u block 76. AK86ss is better multi, it doesnt hit many flops but when it does your more likley to dominate lesser draws like 10 high flushes
Feb. 12, 2017 | 8:15 p.m.
I need help with this hand b/c i see it completely different and after reading everyone comments I feel like i'm wrong.
Preflop: for me this is standard, you have a nutty hand that can make the nut str8 or nut flush, isnt this type of hand good for multiway high spr situations b/c its so polarized?
Flop: Spr of like 7-8, and your blocking KKxx and he prob would'nt raise with QQxx, back door nut flush draw. any turn under a 6 is good for us, why not float?
Of coarse this all depends on how tight the player
Jan. 31, 2017 | 9:51 a.m.
what was the point of calling the flop if your going to fold to a 3d turn?
Does villian only bet turn when he's strong, and give up after c-betting flop alot?
is he really reraising from the blinds with 45s pre? and if he is wouldnt c/r the flop be a better option considering all the worst hands that will call?
Nov. 20, 2015 | 11:24 p.m.
At 12:14 on the bottom left table. Whats your move if you get raised? Are you ever checking back there? It seems like a pretty tough decision if raised, villian has 9txx and higher flush draws in his calling range, and you have some semi bluffs in your range.
Dec. 28, 2014 | 12:33 a.m.
Been playing a lot of .25/.50 PLO8 lately. I've only been playing for about a month now. I've come across a reg on on ACR who is a complete maniac but absolutely crushes it. He does alot of 3-betting preflop, he does this a fair amount out of position. He 4 bet me all in preflop with a high only hand KQJ9 double suited. He c-bets 100% of flops and not afraid of getting it in light on the flop. i've seen him give up on the turn a few times but is capable of a turn c/r.
My main strategy when hes at the table is to limp open strong 2-way suited hands, A4JT , A3xx, 23KQ, because he sure to raise anyway. I'll also limp with hands such as AAxx, A234, AK23, KKA2 with the intention of re-raising. I pretty much play fit or fold on the flop and later streets.
I've played against him a few times now, he always seems to be up at least 3-4 buyin on whatever table he's on. I've won some big pot against him and i think overall im winning against him but not by much. I find myself building a big stack against him and then slowly giving it back by constantly folding preflop and to his c-bets.
Should I widen my prefolp range?
Am I ever folding to his preflop raise IP?
What type of hands is it ok to get it in preflop?
How aggressive should i be on the flop?
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