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Old 03-22-2019, 04:52 PM   #1
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AA vs passive player

utg limper
hero utg +2 AA makes it 10
CO, BB utg calls
JTx rainbow
hero bets 30
BB calls rest fold
turn blank
BB c, hero bet 60, BB calls
river K
BB c, hero bets ???

V was a pretty tight solid player, calls with combo draws and doesnt usually raise unless hes got it so I planned to b/f to rr on river. Just wondering what you guys think of my bet sizing.

Question #2: If V was a good aggro player capable of c/r against weak bets or with draws how would you play the turn and river?

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Old 03-22-2019, 05:05 PM   #2
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Re: AA vs passive player

100 OTR if he checks to you

Q2: all the draws missed so you can bet call vs that V type , only KJ really got there but you beat KQ and 89, AJ, JQ, sets are unlikely here
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Old 03-22-2019, 05:13 PM   #3
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100 OTR if he checks to you

Q2: all the draws missed so you can bet call vs that V type , only KJ really got there but you beat KQ and 89, AJ, JQ, sets are unlikely here
On question #2 vs a more aggro thinking player: Q9, Q9s, KJ, KT got there. I do double/triple barrel on occasion with AQ/AK on this board so I def think KT or any T could call 2 streets. Possibility on a dry board that a player like this could call with JT but would probably c/r turn right?
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Old 03-22-2019, 05:37 PM   #4
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Re: AA vs passive player

I assume this is 1/2. If so, I'd raise to 14-15 with a limper. This could be room/casino-specific though.

Need stack sizes.

AP, I think sizing is fine. I too would b/f river.
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Old 03-22-2019, 05:43 PM   #5
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I assume this is 1/2. If so, I'd raise to 14-15 with a limper. This could be room/casino-specific though.

Need stack sizes.

AP, I think sizing is fine. I too would b/f river.
1/2 we both have around 500. What would you bet on the river?
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Old 03-22-2019, 05:55 PM   #6
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1/2 we both have around 500. What would you bet on the river?
any flush possibilities? Also, I missed your description of V. Not many 1/2 players have a c/r on the river in their arsenal - do you think this V does?

Without any more reads, I'm betting $100ish
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Old 03-22-2019, 06:03 PM   #7
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any flush possibilities? Also, I missed your description of V. Not many 1/2 players have a c/r on the river in their arsenal - do you think this V does?

Without any more reads, I'm betting $100ish
BDF hit turn. Original V could c/r 2p or a straight though Im not 100% sure if he would lead out or c/r. Hes not a terrible player but I dont think ive seen him RR without having a huge hand.
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Old 03-22-2019, 07:10 PM   #8
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Re: AA vs passive player

more pre given stack sizes, prolly $15 to go. rest looks good, $60-90 on river and fold to a raise. actually might lean to a smaller river sizing here given the scary board. not many worse hands will call a big bet.
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On question #2 vs a more aggro thinking player: Q9, Q9s, KJ, KT got there. I do double/triple barrel on occasion with AQ/AK on this board so I def think KT or any T could call 2 streets. Possibility on a dry board that a player like this could call with JT but would probably c/r turn right?
Oh I didn't even think about Q9, still more SD's that missed here, but yeah if he's calling 2 streets with KT then that's just kinda bad imo

aggro thinking player is kinda general so I'm not exactly sure what you are asking,

I think if a player had JT you would have heard about it by now unless he is just a loose/passive player, in which case maybe checking would be ok; but you gotta be pretty passive to play JT in this fashion
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