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Old 09-15-2020, 02:31 PM   #1
kekalicious
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Big bets on oaired flops

I'm back at 10 plo and I'm seeing big bets on paired which is confusing me.
What do I do with just a pair no redraw on T55r w lets say a KJQT vs half pot? I'm even seeing 75% which I'm assuming is just a fold but half pot still a call?
Do I just call with backdoor flush draw and fold without maybe?
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Old 09-15-2020, 03:43 PM   #2
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Re: Big bets on oaired flops

I'm folding unless you have a strong read they're cbetting too often.

Flat with your QQ+ hands, mix in some bluff raises with double backdoor + some other equity.
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Old 09-15-2020, 07:58 PM   #3
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Re: Big bets on oaired flops

Not sure how we can help you with no hand history, who was pre-flop agressor etc.
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Old 09-16-2020, 07:50 AM   #4
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Re: Big bets on oaired flops

this will depends on the player's tendencies and what they do on turns - if they are firing once with air and then you can flat and get to showdown. if they are more aggressive than that then it will depend a lot of factors

if they are doing this with all made hands because "they have the best hand" then it becomes a question of whether they are doing this to fold them later or are they suddenly committed once they decide they're good

if they like taking the aggression with medium strength hands but like folding them when faced with aggression (bet-foldy lines) then this hand having a T has good blocker power to combat that style with floats or raises.

if your call gains respect (because you are calling with a lot of trips+ hands here) then you are allowed to call some weaker made hands such as this because people won't just blindly double barrel here even with better made hands.

however, if the opposite is true, and your opponent is mindless aggressive once you call, even with overpairs, then you don't really need to worry because you will probably win a lot more than you deserve when you have hit this board.

also worth noting in some situations it is sometimes easier to call a big bet on this board with this because I find opponents who did bet big suddenly get worried you have trips more than ones who have bet small and been called, and that makes this hand simpler to play.
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Old 09-16-2020, 11:09 AM   #5
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Re: Big bets on oaired flops

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OK thanks I think most of them are bombing turn as well at least in 3b pots and not scared of trips just going with their hand.
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Old 09-19-2020, 12:03 AM   #6
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Re: Big bets on oaired flops

I thought monikrazy was being a bit mean/jaded, but then...

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at least in 3b pots not scared of trips just going with their hand.
This changes ranges considerably, esp. on T55.

Like assuming 100bb are you really 3bet AA and then just folding on T55? I assume robots bet smaller because range advantage is insane, but i doubt they aren't getting to showdown with AA (and probably trying to put it all in).
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