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Old 01-28-2020, 09:06 PM   #26
The Falcone
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Re: 5/10 NL UGLY TURN CARD

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5/10NL 500-NO MAX
Main game was full so we opened up the must move and were playing 8 handed
this is the second hand dealt at the table.
I played with this guy once before a while ago, older rec, loose passive who over-vaules his one pair holdings.
2500 effective in this hand.

Villain(3k) UTG+2 opens to 35
HJ/CUTOFF/BUTTON call and Hero(2500) calls in small blind calls with 78
BB comes along as well

pot-210

Flop
942
I check to pre flop raiser who bets 200
folds around I debate a check raise but decide to flat and take a turn.

pot-610


Turn K

I check and villain bets 200 again.
not loving the turn at all but I call.

River is complete brick 6
check to villain who bets over pot $800

hero?
Bet the pot on the flop.

By checking you induced villain to make mistakes, which is not that bad.


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but I believe that call is -EV long run.
The call is probably not a bad one either, but try tanking a little longer on the river and learn how to read players for weakness.

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I played with this guy once before a while ago, older rec, loose passive who over-vaules his one pair holdings.

Show him your hole cards at showdown, and ask for his name.

If you really want to go pro, build a synergy with the recreational players. You may just make friendships with them.

Remember, they tend to play poorly...
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Old 03-07-2020, 05:24 PM   #27
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Re: 5/10 NL UGLY TURN CARD

' loose passive who over-vaules his one pair holdings'

This guy is not folding any draw or pair on the flop. Please grab your balls and raise your flopped flush ON THE FLOP. Value please, lots of it.

Turn is classic Pokerstars FU card...I'd check call turn or as MARKDIRT said you could fold the turn depending on how tight he is. A tight player will not bet the turn without a flush. I give up river to anything other than a tiny bet.

Fish tend to make such a dogs dinner of getting value from their hand, an over bet on the river isn't so much a bluff, it's just them trying to jam all their chips in even if the math doesn't work.
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Old 03-09-2020, 12:59 PM   #28
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Re: 5/10 NL UGLY TURN CARD

Polk made video about these kind of spots, plays much better as flat flop since when you raise he usually only continues with equity holdings. We a bit deep too doesn’t do so hot vs flop 3 bet multi-ways and we want flushes in river range on different run outs.

Can squeeze sometimes too, never always squeezing or always flatting mix it dependent on villains according to preflop raiser’s range and flatters.

River is always As from most villains.

Can fold turn vs most guys also. If he was scurred i think he might check or possibly bet even less.

Lol at river size. Just fold nobody gonna try to own u too hard here multiways.

Watch polks vids pre preflop they free and his free vids +ev.
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Old 03-19-2020, 03:45 PM   #29
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Re: 5/10 NL UGLY TURN CARD

c/r flop

this one wont make the poker books for sure but glad you won it!

squeezing or calling pre is good
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