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Is it standard for hero to check a flop OOP in a deep 4b pot by your opponent with 2p/fd on KQ6?
Originally Posted by joeri
Can't rep the nut flush with my line.
Sorry I should have been a little more clear.
I meant are you calling the 980 with AsA55 as well?
If you are calling the turn on 46QKss with AsA33 you are still calling the turn with AsA55, so when 3s hits river and you don't have a set, the call is much more marginal cause now you don't beat 2p on top of the flushes and very few straight combos.
Phil said you 'should' be less likely to call on a brick. I am wondering where the line is drawn on BTN calling hero's river bet. Aren't we assuming there are a ton of river cards hero will bet? 9s/Ts seem like cards we have to insta fold to, but 3s seems like a card where if we think we are good with AA on the turn, AA is still good on river. So where is the line?
Sorry if these are stupid questions, I'm not an expert, but I feel like this is a great hand for me to learn how to fold less