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Old 03-19-2017, 05:00 PM   #1
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Thumbs up $1100 WPT Deepstacks - bottom set on broadway board

9 handed
Blinds - 2500/5000 (500)

63 remain, 51 paid.

UTG - Hero (41bb) 55 raise 10500
UTG+2 - Villain1 (52bb) calls
BB - Villain2 (36bb) calls

Flop (38,500): KT5

V2 checks, Hero bets 14k, V1 calls, V2 calls

Turn (80,500): Q

V2 checks, Hero checks, V1 bets 40k, V2 folds, Hero calls

River (160,500): J

Hero???


Already have my thoughts written.. will post after a few replies. TIA
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Old 03-19-2017, 05:02 PM   #2
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Re: $1100 WPT Deepstacks - bottom set on broadway board

fwiw Villain1 is 27, 150k earnings in over 26 cashes on hendon since 2015
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Old 03-19-2017, 06:16 PM   #3
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Re: $1100 WPT Deepstacks - bottom set on broadway board

Check and hope it checks behind.

You have less than a psb left and any bet from V will be for half your stack or more.

You open UTG and this board hits your perceived range but also theirs when they call and then lead out on the turn when it is checked to them.

If they bet on the river they have it imo.
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Old 03-19-2017, 09:12 PM   #4
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Re: $1100 WPT Deepstacks - bottom set on broadway board

Thoughts.. Preflop 40bb eff I think raising 55 here is borderline approaching the money bubble, however the table has been very 3bet shy and CL has not putting any stacks under pressure without showing down strong hands, so I think raise/folding depending on 3b sizing is fine.

Flop.. Pretty gin. We flop bottom set multiway. It's checked to us and we cbet pretty small (36%). In hindsight I like a bigger bet here to extract value from drawing hands like AJ, AQ, QJ and possibly induce raises from made hands like KQ, KTss, KJ, and a slow played AK... Both players call.

Turn.. The Q brings a possible straight holding from V1 w/AJ and a gutshot from V2 w/J9.. I decided to check for these reasons and I'm not sure if this is correct, thoughts? Bet or check? And if betting, what size? I have 180k, pot is 80,500.

When V2(bb) folds I narrow V1's range to

Hands that I'm behind: AJ, TT

Hands I'm ahead: AK, KQ, KJ

River.. Based on range I've given villain, I believe merging my 55s is something to consider here - hoping to fold out better and sometimes called by worse, though I never think villain can call me without the nut straight. The river J blocks combos of AJ which I was behind on the turn. I never think V1 calls w/o Ax in his hand which makes me question what Ax hands he is betting 1/2 pot on the turn. The only two which can make sense are AJ which is now blocked with the turn J and a slow played AK preflop which I'm unsure how likely that is. Really need insight on this street.

Is turning bottom set into a bluff suicidal here 12 away from the money? Or an obvious check and hope he checks back?
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Old 03-19-2017, 09:13 PM   #5
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Re: $1100 WPT Deepstacks - bottom set on broadway board

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Check and hope it checks behind.

You have less than a psb left and any bet from V will be for half your stack or more.

You open UTG and this board hits your perceived range but also theirs when they call and then lead out on the turn when it is checked to them.

If they bet on the river they have it imo.
Thanks for your input. I definitely agree with what you've said here. I did end up checking this OOP and hoping for showdown.
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Old 03-19-2017, 11:41 PM   #6
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Re: $1100 WPT Deepstacks - bottom set on broadway board

how does 55 become a bluff? wtf?

Otherwise agree w/ your own analysis mostly...I pbb fold pre and if I do open I definitely do NOT make it 2.05x....50-60% otf....yes I would xc turn
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Old 03-20-2017, 12:00 AM   #7
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Re: $1100 WPT Deepstacks - bottom set on broadway board

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how does 55 become a bluff? wtf?

Otherwise agree w/ your own analysis mostly...I pbb fold pre and if I do open I definitely do NOT make it 2.05x....50-60% otf....yes I would xc turn
Sorry, mentioning turning 55 into a bluff is results oriented on my part (river went ch/ch and villain showed down TT).

What size is better pre being 41bb effective? 2.5-3x?
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Old 03-20-2017, 12:19 AM   #8
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Re: $1100 WPT Deepstacks - bottom set on broadway board

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Sorry, mentioning turning 55 into a bluff is results oriented on my part (river went ch/ch and villain showed down TT).

What size is better pre being 41bb effective? 2.5-3x?
check river and fold to any kind of a bet, simple spot not worth discussing. Would c-bet bigger this texture multiway given that we are c-betting from our utg range.
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Old 03-20-2017, 12:24 AM   #9
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Re: $1100 WPT Deepstacks - bottom set on broadway board

ya anywhere between 2.4-2.7 I think is good depending on the table. You have a strong range from UTG and it benefits from getting more money in pre and getting into more HU pots. Going MW a lot for cheap is the last thing you want. And especially with this hand which loses so much of its value on average otf, minraising it is pretty bad. I don't think 22-66 make much money as a minraise from UTG at any stack depth <75bbs on most tables. 2.5x makes it a different ballgame.
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Old 03-20-2017, 07:32 AM   #10
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Re: $1100 WPT Deepstacks - bottom set on broadway board

Think turn is a clear bet, maybe 1/3ish, as played..after checking, would call, and xf otr.
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Old 03-20-2017, 08:27 AM   #11
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Re: $1100 WPT Deepstacks - bottom set on broadway board

Guess OP lacks description to make it interesting and/or threadworthy but it's a tough spot postflop bc our range construction on all streets prior to river is very assumptive.
So yeah let's just discuss preflop sizing.
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Old 03-20-2017, 10:30 AM   #12
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Re: $1100 WPT Deepstacks - bottom set on broadway board

You should be betting the turn or you should be crai. If you were c/c because you thought he might have a straight then you are playing scared. If the river were a brick and he shoves what are you going to do? If he has a straight on the turn, oh well GG. You will get called by much worse. Two pair, maybe Ak, maybe even KJ.

given the way the hand was played, I think the river is a definite check because the only better hand that you will fold out is a 9. You have showdown value.
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Old 03-20-2017, 03:12 PM   #13
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Re: $1100 WPT Deepstacks - bottom set on broadway board

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Guess OP lacks description to make it interesting and/or threadworthy but it's a tough spot postflop bc our range construction on all streets prior to river is very assumptive.
So yeah let's just discuss preflop sizing.
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Old 03-20-2017, 03:24 PM   #14
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Re: $1100 WPT Deepstacks - bottom set on broadway board

I don't get the c/c on the turn.

I personally barrel and expect to get value from a ton of holdings (2 pair, OESD, combo draws, etc).

This is not a 3-bet pot and we figure to have the best hand OTT still. Straights pretty unlikely as need AJ/J9 to call EP raise and call turn multiway with gutshots.

If you check turn it should certainly be to c/r.
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Old 03-20-2017, 03:38 PM   #15
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Re: $1100 WPT Deepstacks - bottom set on broadway board

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I don't get the c/c on the turn.

I personally barrel and expect to get value from a ton of holdings (2 pair, OESD, combo draws, etc).

This is not a 3-bet pot and we figure to have the best hand OTT still. Straights pretty unlikely as need AJ/J9 to call EP raise and call turn multiway with gutshots.

If you check turn it should certainly be to c/r.
Yea I don't get the check on the turn. I also don't get the flop sizing. I think poor flop sizing screwed ya here. Why not make it at least half pot on the flop? I'd have made it 20-25k.

I'm not great but things I would do differently:
-Not play 5s UTG? I'm not a fan of low pairs in early position and only play them table-dependent.
-Bet big on the flop so gutshot hands aren't calling you (25k+).
-Bet the turn? I'd fire 50k at it.
-As played, raise the turn? I'm fine getting it in here. He has 2-pair or KJ/AK so much here and would play it the same way. And even if he somehow floated AJ against multiple players... you're far from drawing dead. He never has a higher set here. Ks or 10s would never play that passive both preflop and on the flop. Biggest mistake as played is definitely not raising turn.
-Obviously checking river and probably puke/folding to a shove. So many A/x hands that could have stayed ...

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Old 03-20-2017, 08:50 PM   #16
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Re: $1100 WPT Deepstacks - bottom set on broadway board

I think you created half of your problems with checking the turn...


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Old 03-21-2017, 10:46 AM   #17
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Re: $1100 WPT Deepstacks - bottom set on broadway board

imo you have to check... if villain bets he has isolated his range down to nuts or a bluff.. He shouldn't be turning to many two pair type hands into bluffs in this spot very often. i think you have the best hand a lot of the time here and it will go check, check most of the time but like i said if he best hes only representing better.
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