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Old 03-03-2019, 09:08 AM   #1
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Line check: Middle set on straighty board, spr=16

PLO 5/5 live. Stack 1800. 7 handed.

Hero limps in EP with JTT7ss. Fish raises 25, 4 callers, we call.
Preflop? I mostly fold this, but on a fishy table and this deep I figured limp-call to be OK.

Flop (150) is JT8 with possible FD.
checks through.
I play my set passive and as a drawing hand here, because of the SPR.
Avoid being raised at all cost. All but BB (1200) have my 1800 covered.
In hindsight maybe a small lead might be better?

Turn offsuit 3.
BB now leads for 100. we (obviously!?) just call. 3 more callers!!
Liking my odds.

River offsuit 5.
BB leads again for 250.
Is this ever a call?
Figured that one of them ALWAYS has the low straight.

Problem is that I just switched to this table because of the one big „fish“ but had little info about the other players, especially the BB.




SPOILER.




Turns out that BB was betting turnd rag two pair J653 for value twice and he got paid by the fish with worse flopped two pair T8xx. Still playing it like holdem.
They just wanted to gift me 600,or more.
Would I make the call next time? Still not sure.
It’s a real problem if your opponents are playing a totally different game from you...
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Old 03-03-2019, 03:07 PM   #2
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Re: Line check: Middle set on straighty board, spr=16

try not to include results in your post, as they can unduly influence the discussion
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Old 03-03-2019, 06:57 PM   #3
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Line check: Middle set on straighty board, spr=16

River AP is a good fold without good reads on BB
My issue is flop and turn. This is a hand that I want to extract value from weaker hands AND narrow ranges based on action. Bet 2/3 pot on flop and 1/2 pot on turn is good.
Playing to draw with middle set is tough to play once you hit your outs. For example, how would you play if turn was a J and flop checked through?


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Old 03-03-2019, 10:03 PM   #4
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Re: Line check: Middle set on straighty board, spr=16

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For example, how would you play if turn was a J and flop checked through?
Bet GII with the nut full?
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Old 03-03-2019, 10:23 PM   #5
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Re: Line check: Middle set on straighty board, spr=16

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River AP is a good fold without good reads on BB
My issue is flop and turn. This is a hand that I want to extract value from weaker hands AND narrow ranges based on action. Bet 2/3 pot on flop and 1/2 pot on turn is good.
Playing to draw with middle set is tough to play once you hit your outs. For example, how would you play if turn was a J and flop checked through?


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I can assure you, you dont want to donk middle set 5 ways on a board with 2 straights and we block our own outs
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Old 03-03-2019, 10:42 PM   #6
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I can assure you, you dont want to donk middle set 5 ways on a board with 2 straights and we block our own outs

6 ways.
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