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Old 03-23-2019, 07:30 PM   #1
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1/3: $15 Open with ATs on CO, Loose BTN Calls, SB Raises All-In for $43

1/3 Live 10-Handed (No Rake, Time Charge)

It folds to me in the CO. I have around $210.

BTN is a typical 1/3 loose passive player. He has me covered.

SB has $43. He seems to be a TAG. But I’ve seen him three-bet all-in with QJo with around $60 in UTG+3 vs UTG raiser. The UTG raiser had raised before with 77 from UTG but all-in with QJo from UTG+3 still seemed spewy.

Anyways, I look down at Ah Th and make my normal raise with zero limpers: $15.

BTN says, “I know you have a good hand and I probably shouldn’t call. But... whatever, I call.” About 30 minutes ago, I told him that someone folded Kings against my preflop five-bet with Aces last week. He said he wasn’t surprised because I play so tight.

Anyways, he makes the call. My read on him is that he has a pretty weak hand.

SB goes all-in for $43. BB folds.

Your play?
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Old 03-23-2019, 07:34 PM   #2
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Re: 1/3: $15 Open with ATs on CO, Loose BTN Calls, SB Raises All-In for $43

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1/3 Live 10-Handed (No Rake, Time Charge)

It folds to me in the CO. I have around $210.

BTN is a typical 1/3 loose passive player. He has me covered.

SB has $43. He seems to be a TAG. But I’ve seen him three-bet all-in with QJo with around $60 in UTG+3 vs UTG raiser. The UTG raiser had raised before with 77 from UTG but all-in with QJo from UTG+3 still seemed spewy.

Anyways, I look down at Ah Th and make my normal raise with zero limpers: $15.

BTN says, “I know you have a good hand and I probably shouldn’t call. But... whatever, I call.” About 30 minutes ago, I told him that someone folded Kings against my preflop five-bet with Aces last week. He said he wasn’t surprised because I play so tight.

Anyways, he makes the call. My read on him is that he has a pretty weak hand.

SB goes all-in for $43. BB folds.

Your play?
pretty easy call imo
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Old 03-23-2019, 07:44 PM   #3
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Re: 1/3: $15 Open with ATs on CO, Loose BTN Calls, SB Raises All-In for $43

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Old 03-23-2019, 07:47 PM   #4
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Re: 1/3: $15 Open with ATs on CO, Loose BTN Calls, SB Raises All-In for $43

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not worth it imo
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Old 03-23-2019, 08:21 PM   #5
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Re: 1/3: $15 Open with ATs on CO, Loose BTN Calls, SB Raises All-In for $43

Stick it all in. Calling the $43 is terrible.
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Old 03-23-2019, 08:51 PM   #6
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Re: 1/3: $15 Open with ATs on CO, Loose BTN Calls, SB Raises All-In for $43

ATs is not good enough to flat and definitely good enough to iso. It’s a clear iso shove.
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Old 03-23-2019, 09:14 PM   #7
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Re: 1/3: $15 Open with ATs on CO, Loose BTN Calls, SB Raises All-In for $43

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Stick it all in. Calling the $43 is terrible.
yeah you're right forget what i wrote

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Old 03-23-2019, 09:19 PM   #8
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Re: 1/3: $15 Open with ATs on CO, Loose BTN Calls, SB Raises All-In for $43

I'm definitely isolating here. Im okay with either $100 or a jam depending on BTNs tenancies. For sure not flatting the $43 though, and definitely not folding.
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Old 03-24-2019, 01:13 PM   #9
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Re: 1/3: $15 Open with ATs on CO, Loose BTN Calls, SB Raises All-In for $43

1/3 Live 10-Handed (No Rake, Time Charge)

It folds to me in the CO. I have around $210.

BTN is a typical 1/3 loose passive player. He has me covered.

SB has $43. He seems to be a TAG. But I’ve seen him three-bet all-in with QJo with around $60 in UTG+3 vs UTG raiser. The UTG raiser had raised before with 77 from UTG but all-in with QJo from UTG+3 still seemed spewy.

Anyways, I look down at Ah Th and make my normal raise with zero limpers: $15.

BTN says, “I know you have a good hand and I probably shouldn’t call. But... whatever, I call.” About 30 minutes ago, I told him that someone folded Kings against my preflop five-bet with Aces last week. He said he wasn’t surprised because I play so tight.

Anyways, he makes the call. My read on him is that he has a pretty weak hand.

SB goes all-in for $43. BB folds.

I call and BTN calls.

Yeah, I messed this one up. I was playing too fast and didn't really think through the situation. Shove is much better than calling.

Flop ($132): 8c 5c 3s

You are first to act. Your play?
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Old 03-24-2019, 03:37 PM   #10
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Re: 1/3: $15 Open with ATs on CO, Loose BTN Calls, SB Raises All-In for $43

Protected main pot, dry side pot, and you have no pair no draw. Just gotta wave the white flag and check/give up.
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Old 03-24-2019, 09:57 PM   #11
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Re: 1/3: $15 Open with ATs on CO, Loose BTN Calls, SB Raises All-In for $43

You should mostly bet merged ranges in protected pots. We're actually close to the bottom of our range so just check and hope for a free turn.
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Old 03-25-2019, 12:05 AM   #12
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Re: 1/3: $15 Open with ATs on CO, Loose BTN Calls, SB Raises All-In for $43

Late to the party, but this is a clear shove.

You're not deep enough to 3! and have enough left to even 1/2 PSB flop.

AP check/fold, hope it checks around and you get an A or a T on the turn.
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Old 03-25-2019, 01:22 PM   #13
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Re: 1/3: $15 Open with ATs on CO, Loose BTN Calls, SB Raises All-In for $43

Shove over the all-in to isolate, imo.

ETA: As played I probably do a small cbet. It's still possible we're ahead of the protecting all-in but behind the Button who has a hand they'll consider folding (like a bigger Ax or perhaps even a small pair as our bet into a dry side pot is strong). Shouldn't be in this spot.

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Old 03-25-2019, 03:46 PM   #14
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Re: 1/3: $15 Open with ATs on CO, Loose BTN Calls, SB Raises All-In for $43

1/3 Live 10-Handed (No Rake, Time Charge)

It folds to me in the CO. I have around $210.

BTN is a typical 1/3 loose passive player. He has me covered.

SB has $43. He seems to be a TAG. But I’ve seen him three-bet all-in with QJo with around $60 in UTG+3 vs UTG raiser. The UTG raiser had raised before with 77 from UTG but all-in with QJo from UTG+3 still seemed spewy.

Anyways, I look down at Ah Th and make my normal raise with zero limpers: $15.

BTN says, “I know you have a good hand and I probably shouldn’t call. But... whatever, I call.” About 30 minutes ago, I told him that someone folded Kings against my preflop five-bet with Aces last week. He said he wasn’t surprised because I play so tight.

Anyways, he makes the call. My read on him is that he has a pretty weak hand.

SB goes all-in for $43. BB folds.

I call and BTN calls.

Yeah, I messed this one up. I was playing too fast and didn't really think through the situation. Shove is much better than calling.

Flop ($132): 8c 5c 3s

I bet $75.

This is too spewy but luckily BTN has nothing. He snap-folds.

I show my hand and BTN is like, "Wow, you bet with nothing. I would've called if I had any pair." I'm not sure if I believe him. I think he folds 3s sometimes and maybe even 5s.

These type of Villains seem to see a big bet like $75 in raw dollar amounts and think I have a big hand. It's only when the pot is huge, like $200+ that they discount the strength of my hand.

SB has Ad 4d.

We run it twice and I win both boards.
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