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Old 08-12-2018, 09:01 AM   #1
MakTruk
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Set turned into boat on flush board

Villain in this hand was after me all night. Calling every time I raised. Just trying to get me, but he was unsuccessful most of the night. I folded to a turn raise from him earlier in the night. His stack size was around $500 to start the hand.

Hero: 30 something wg who was pretty active with big hands, but folding bad hands preflop. Stack size of around $1500

$5 on the button with no blinds and a local card room. 6 handed action at this time.

One player limps and Hero looks down at 7Set turned into boat on flush board️7Set turned into boat on flush board️. Makes it $20 in hj which is mp 6 handed. Cutoff calls. Villain on the button calls. Limper calls.

Flop ($80): ASet turned into boat on flush board️ 10Set turned into boat on flush board️ 7Set turned into boat on flush board

Checked to hero who bets $30. Fold to villain who calls $30. Limper folds.

Turn ($140) 9Set turned into boat on flush board

Hero bets $60. Villain calls $60

River ($260) 10Set turned into boat on flush board

What are you doing in this spot? And thoughts on betting sizes pre, otf and ott

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Old 08-12-2018, 09:08 AM   #2
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Re: Set turned into boat on flush board

Not sure why you are using MTT betsizing on a wet board here, we should bet 3/4 pot, AP you can check shove with the dynamic you have with him but its probably better to just bomb $250 and see if you get paid.
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Old 08-12-2018, 09:31 AM   #3
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Re: Set turned into boat on flush board

I'm .75 pot leading every street. If he has a flush he might
raise river anyways. No need to try and get fancy because it
sucks when he checks back his Ax which will happen a ton.
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Old 08-12-2018, 10:11 AM   #4
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Re: Set turned into boat on flush board

Yeah, your bet sizing is off postflop. With a set, I'm trying to play for stacks. let's make sure we are sizing for it.
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Old 08-12-2018, 11:36 AM   #5
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Re: Set turned into boat on flush board

As others have said, you need to bet more on the flop. You should be targeting the hands that will call a 2/3+ pot size bet (Ax, hearts, maybe Tx), rather than trying to string along weaker hands that might call the small flop bet but fold to a normal C-bet.
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Old 08-12-2018, 11:46 AM   #6
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Re: Set turned into boat on flush board

Yeah, after the hand was played, I felt like I played it bad. With the guy coming after me, I was hoping he would think I wasn't strong with my little bets and come over the top otf and ott. Which he didnt do... I feel like against anyone else, I would have bet more. I guess it might be a slight case of a misread???

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Old 08-12-2018, 12:03 PM   #7
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Re: Set turned into boat on flush board

pre is probably to small if i'm reading this right

When we flop a set we want to get stacks in what is the effective stack?
$500

Flop is (80)
I would bet around 60 here

OTT (200)
Again as others have said bet on the big side 150

OTR (500)
270 puts him all in
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