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Old 02-14-2019, 03:58 PM   #1
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Pocket T's in LP 1/2 NL

effective stack is 155, I cover both V's in this hand

I've only played a few orbits so not many reads on the table at this point

V1: young asian kid, seems aggressive, saw him open a few hands preflop so far... tiny sample size so not very relevant ($155)

V2: loose passive MAWG ($55)

V1 opens to 15 UTG, folded to me in LP, I tank and then 3b to 50, not sure if this was a good play? i thought that his opening range would be pretty wide even though he is UTG, this does create a very low SPR post flop which i wanted to create if i have a range advantage against him

If i flat call then i invite other players into the hand and going MW a lot of the time OOP so i opted to 3! my T's here, open to hearing thoughts on this? i think flatting is the stnd play vs UTG but given my perception of his range I decided to go for it

V2: calls with 5 remaining, he could be pretty wide here bc of how short stacked he was, he was getting pissed at me taking my time and when i 3b he just put his stack in there like he didn't really care, he was prepared to flat the 15 100% if i called

3 way to the F: Q52 (ddx); (153); V1 checks, Hero? I feel like i should be betting here for equity denial, with the player on my left essentially AI already idk if there is much merrit to betting this but given the width of his range i felt there was some value in isolating this guy

I feel like i am only getting called by better hands when betting so i opt to bet 50 here expecting him to fold the hands that whiffed, this might be too ambtious of a bet so let me know what you think? also the sizing?

V2 flicks the 5 in , V1 flat calls,

T: Tc ; (253); i get bailed out and this inflection point is super easy so i really just want advice on Pre-flop and Post-flop

Thanks for any feedback
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Old 02-14-2019, 03:59 PM   #2
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Re: Pocket T's in LP 1/2 NL

I'm in MP*
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Old 02-14-2019, 04:58 PM   #3
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Re: Pocket T's in LP 1/2 NL

Maybe shove flop hoping no one has a Queen. Only 2/3 pot anyways. I would play 3! to 50 pre as well
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Old 02-15-2019, 03:39 AM   #4
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Re: Pocket T's in LP 1/2 NL

Threebet is good this shallow if he's aggro, his range UTG should be wide enough.

Flop is awkward but I think I want to shove my entire range. That will make things tough on him with hands like 99 (while it's a protected pot, AK high is quite likely to be good against V2, so he has to consider that we could have that) and deny equity.
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Old 02-15-2019, 04:30 AM   #5
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Re: Pocket T's in LP 1/2 NL

Jam flop.
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