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Old 08-20-2016, 01:38 AM   #1
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$200 NLHE, A-Jo TPTK+NFD, facing C/R OTF

Hey 2p2 world. I don't post here too much, but I read here alot.


I played this hand tonight, and I really need some feedback on it.

HJ ($536) Ac-Jh. Straddled pot, 2 or 3 limpers. We raise to $20, 2 callers, SB and MP1.

Flop Jc-6c-5c. ($65ish).

Checks to us, we bet $30, SB (has less than $100 after call) calls, MP raises to $90 (edit, forgot to mention his chips, looks like about $250 or so, chip stack is messy). We think and think and think.

No real reads on either V here. They are all loose, that's about all I know. MP must have 2p+...


My thoughts are either fold, or shove, but I feel calling is bad if we are folding non club turn. Do I have any FE if I ship?


If any of thoughts are wrong, terrible, whatever, tell me so.


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Old 08-20-2016, 07:21 AM   #2
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Re: $200 NLHE, Ac-Jh 3-way flop decision...

In terms of equity, you're chopping against 2 pair and behind 70/30 (roughly) against a made flush or sets. You're getting over 2:1 to call. I'd call, especially since he can have some sort of TP, weaker kicker or weaker FD as well.
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Old 08-20-2016, 10:49 AM   #3
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Re: $200 NLHE, Ac-Jh 3-way flop decision...

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In terms of equity, you're chopping against 2 pair and behind 70/30 (roughly) against a made flush or sets. You're getting over 2:1 to call. I'd call, especially since he can have some sort of TP, weaker kicker or weaker FD as well.


Thanks. Yeah, it makes a lot of sense to just call, and keep worse hands in.


If he barrels turn all in, that's gotta be a fold if we don't hit right?
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