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Old 05-24-2015, 03:50 PM   #26
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Re: 1/2 240 BB, Flopped the drawiest of draws

absolutely hate the flop raise. standard call ip.

as played yeah I'm calling it off but really hate that we got to that point otf. Don't get why you raised the flop and let the villain play perfectly?
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Old 05-24-2015, 04:03 PM   #27
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Re: 1/2 240 BB, Flopped the drawiest of draws

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Hero calls, LDO.

V shows QQ.

Turn 6

River T

I was a little surprised at his shove here. I guess he has a blocker to the flush, but best case scenario I'm calling with AhJx, right? Is he soul reading me for AJ no heart? Even if he thinks I'm a total drooler most people can fold tptk on a monotone board with no redraw.

Is he shoving here for value or FE?
I would think he's shoving for value. Likely thinks you 4 bet KK+/AKs. So you have a ton of A x hands and a few sets w/ TT/JJ. It's hard to flop sets and he has a re draw if he got unlucky.

If he has reason to think you'll defend wide and are calling most everything you open with then its a little different as you would have more flopped flushes, but overall holding the Q w/ the J T on board helps him a lot. It really comes down to how views and ranges you in this spot.
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