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Old 01-23-2019, 08:08 PM   #1
chalupabatmann
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Two Live 5-5 Hands

Hero is young white guy, has been super card dead all night.

H1:
MAWG (typical passive rec, ~1500) opens CO to 20. BU, SB call, Hero (~1200) 3b KQJJss to 100, CO call, BU fold, SB call.
Flop (320) Q56r (we have BD2ndNFD). Check, we 150, call, fold.
Turn (620) A badugi. We tank check, he checks back.
River (620) K. We tank check again, planning on x/jamming to a small bet.

Questions: 1) Call or 3b pre 2) sizing on flop (too small?), 3) turn/river lines (do we x/fold turn? x/raise small? etc...

H2:
Limp, we 25 AJ97dhdh in LJ (~1.5k), BU (MAWG reg, winning player, ~2k) calls, SB (loose asian rec, ~1.8k) calls, we go 5 ways to a flop.
Flop (130) T84ccs. Checks to button who bets 100, SB calls, we call.
Turn (430) As. We tank check, button checks, SB asks what the pot is, thinks, and checks.
River (430). Ah. We check, planning to x/call. Button checks, SB taaaaanks and finally checks. We confidently table trips, button shows TT for boat.

Questions: 1) Pretty comfortable with preflop, flop, and river play, but lmk if people disagree. Should we be leading turn, small or pot sized? We can fold out T8 types of hands, but its gross if we get raised and we're never folding clubs, sets, or other wraps.
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Old 01-24-2019, 03:00 PM   #2
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Re: Two Live 5-5 Hands

Mods how can I delete this repost?
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Old 01-24-2019, 08:21 PM   #3
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Re: Two Live 5-5 Hands

For hand 1, i am not a fan of the 3! And prefer checking the flop. And If hero does bet, i prefer larger.

Hand 2 is more standard, though making a tight fold on flop is an option.
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