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Old 05-16-2019, 03:23 AM   #1
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1-2 nlhe deep stacks, big draw ip in 3 bet pot vs good reg

Hi, this is live full ring 1-2 nlhe (60$-200$), at a wild place where stacks get deep very fast and a lot of people like to put in the 5$ straddle.

Preflop

Everybody folds to hero CO (450$), opens with 86dd, D calls, SB folds, villain (650$) squeeze in the BB to 35$. Villain is a good young reg who studies the game and can 3bet light hands like suited connectors, small pockets and small suited aces. He has been 3 betting quite a bit lately. Hero calls 35$, D folds. He knows me has quite a good reg also.

Flop (79$)

Qc7d4d

Villain checks, hero bets 45$, villain calls 45$.

Turn (169$)

6s

Villain checks, hero bets 145$, villain calls 145$.

River (459$)

7s

Villain checks, hero ??(225$ left behing)


Thought process:

Preflop I try to steal with 86dd from the CO witch is pretty standard. Villain in the bb have been 3 betting quite a bit lately and I have seen him some other days 3 betting light as I said. Also he is squeezing so is range might be a little lighter. So I decide to defend IP which I don't think is so bad. Flop gives me a huge draw, he checks and I take the lead immediately because I don't think he checks AA, KK, or AQ, KQ because of the flush draw and I want to have some FE if I don't hit my draw. On the turn , I hit a pair in addition of my big draw, he checks again, at the point there is no way I'm folding so I make a big bet in the optic of shoving pretty much any river if he calls the turn. He calls ,river is a brick he checks. Here I will get sick if I check behind and he shows me 1010 or JJ, or a hand he might fold to my all-in bet of 225$ like Q10s or QJs. Plus he might try to hero call with AKdd once in a while and my pair of 6s beat that. So I continue with my plan and shove the river. Villain calls me quite fast with AQdd...

So is this a complete set up or could've I saved some money here. I like the aggressive approach of the game in those spots because it can give you some implied odds in later hands.

What do you think??? Thanks a lot
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Old 05-16-2019, 03:34 AM   #2
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Re: 1-2 nlhe deep stacks, big draw ip in 3 bet pot vs good reg

4b pre or fold imo. Lighting money on fire here taking a 3-way pot with SPR 4 holding 8 high.... btn shouldnt be folding here often
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Old 05-16-2019, 06:08 AM   #3
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Re: 1-2 nlhe deep stacks, big draw ip in 3 bet pot vs good reg

Preflop you are not deep enough to mess around with a suited one gapper to the 3 bet. If villain is really light a lot then 4 bet occasionally but mostly just fold. If your getting raised too often then your opening light too often, at a really aggressive table you can't steal every pot just because you are in late position.

On the river I would take your small showdown value. After villain calls the large turn bet I doubt you have enough FE on a river shove for it to be good.
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Old 05-16-2019, 12:19 PM   #4
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Re: 1-2 nlhe deep stacks, big draw ip in 3 bet pot vs good reg

Ok thanks a lot!!
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Old 05-16-2019, 07:43 PM   #5
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Re: 1-2 nlhe deep stacks, big draw ip in 3 bet pot vs good reg

I don't know when 415/79 became 4.

Flop bet is mandatory. You have zero sdv. Ott you actually gain some sdv. I might consider checking.

You say you'd be sick if at sd he showed QJ. I think he's calling down with QJ unless the 3rd d hits. That's another reason to just check down.
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Old 05-16-2019, 08:16 PM   #6
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Re: 1-2 nlhe deep stacks, big draw ip in 3 bet pot vs good reg

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I don't know when 415/79 became 4.

Flop bet is mandatory. You have zero sdv. Ott you actually gain some sdv. I might consider checking.

You say you'd be sick if at sd he showed QJ. I think he's calling down with QJ unless the 3rd d hits. That's another reason to just check down.
What do you mean by "i dont know when 415/79 became 4"?

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Old 05-16-2019, 09:09 PM   #7
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What do you mean by "i dont know when 415/79 became 4"?

Thanks
One of the other posters said the spr was 4.
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Old 05-16-2019, 10:02 PM   #8
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Re: 1-2 nlhe deep stacks, big draw ip in 3 bet pot vs good reg

Fold preflop man. As played no clue, would this V fold 99-JJ OTT? Board pairing is a bad card to bluff OTR
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Old 05-16-2019, 10:12 PM   #9
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Re: 1-2 nlhe deep stacks, big draw ip in 3 bet pot vs good reg

I'm on the fence preflop. It's probably a fold because the BTN is in the hand. Heads up, I'm OK with a defend this deep.

Flop and turn bet is good. You have massive equity against his whole range.

I'm not a huge fan of giving up bluffs OTR, but I think you need to do it here. That is a bad river to bluff, you don't have enough left to really scare away the hands he called the turn, and you have a hint of SDV against Axdd hands.
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