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Old 02-18-2019, 08:27 PM   #1
CaliRobC
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2/3/5 + 10 NL - Turn CR on dry board

Villain is LAG and knows what they are doing. Hero is probably viewed as TAG.

2/3/5 NL + 10 straddle.
700$ effective stacks

1 caller UTG
HERO AQ MP makes it 50
SB calls UTG folds.
Pot 125

Flop 23Q
Villain check, hero bets 60, Villain calls
Pot 245

Turn 4
Villain check, hero bets 125, Villain CR 280
Pot 670

Hero?

I only have ~460 behind and if I call, I have ~300 (~1/3 pot)

Against a tight player, I could maybe find a fold but is this ever a fold against a LAGy player considering I am at the top of my range. And if I am going to call, I should just rip it right?

As far as what I put them on, A5dd + 56dd are certainly possible and 22/33 but I don't think AA/KK are in there considering there was a lot of action behind them PF and they would want protection. I just don't know what I beat here as a FD would probably just call as well as Qx so this seems super weighted towards value.

EDIT: I also think you can keep all A5s + 56s in their range as well so a few more value combos there and 43s potentially.

Comments on all streets welcome. Thank you...

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Old 02-18-2019, 08:33 PM   #2
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Re: 2/3/5 + 10 NL - Turn CR on dry board

Bet 100 on flop.

As played, tank call turn and let him value bet your hand on the river.

You can assess whether to just call on river or jam the LAG for value then.
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Old 02-18-2019, 09:22 PM   #3
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Re: 2/3/5 + 10 NL - Turn CR on dry board

If the LAG "knows what hes doing", hes not bluffing check raising here against a TAG who raised $50 preflop and has fired 2 barrels. I would fold.
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Old 02-18-2019, 09:40 PM   #4
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Re: 2/3/5 + 10 NL - Turn CR on dry board

I actually don’t mind a fold against population. No way these guys are good enough to do this with a draw.
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Old 02-18-2019, 10:02 PM   #5
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Re: 2/3/5 + 10 NL - Turn CR on dry board

Thank you for replies. I guess the question here is, what am I calling with and if that doesn't include AA/KK, should I even be betting the turn even. Since I don't think the SB would flat AA/KK here, AQ is basically the same thing.

Any thoughts?
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Old 02-18-2019, 10:10 PM   #6
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Re: 2/3/5 + 10 NL - Turn CR on dry board

Yes, you should be betting. You cant see the check raise and then say "why did I even bet?" There are hands he would call with that you want value from, but once he check raises, you are most likely beaten.
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