Originally Posted by Burnss
9 combos of sets, 16combos of KQ.
hmmm, also sets dont always raise/4b/6b etc whereas KQ waaay more likely given how deep we are (300bb deep this is)
87hh on that board texture also has no redraw such as BSF. That's why I said he could be drawing dead on the flop so often if a nit did shove or called a shove on flop for a 600BB pot.
However, if this happened in a live game there are some benefits to playing 87hh this way vs the nit.
1) The Swede will flip over his hand and the nit will say "Oh, you can just slide your stack over to my side already if you want".
2) When the nit flips his hand over the dealer will say "Wait a minute, yup the hand is over, you win" and he won't have to flip the turn and river card.
3) The Swede actually avoided a tough spot because now he doesn't have to squeeze watching the turn and river card to see if he can suck out.
4) On a few occasions, when the Swede shoves on flop, the nit will say "Will you show me if I fold?" and flip over his Q8s. The Swede will then freeze and remain mute like the Statue of Liberty and the nit might fold his hand.