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AA on the turn AA on the turn

11-26-2021 , 01:45 AM
CO: 109.2 BB
BTN: 100 BB
Hero (SB): 100 BB
BB: 100 BB
UTG: 104 BB

Hero posts SB 0.4 BB, BB posts BB 1 BB

Pre Flop: (pot: 1.4 BB) Hero has A A

UTG raises to 3 BB, fold, fold, Hero raises to 9 BB, fold, UTG calls 6 BB

Flop: (19 BB, 2 players) 8 5 7
Hero bets 11 BB, UTG calls 11 BB

Turn: (41 BB, 2 players) 9
Hero checks, UTG bets 26.2 BB, ???

What are your thoughts on this hand? Board hits villain's range he can have all the set, 2 pair and 6x. Do I just fold turn?
11-26-2021 , 02:05 AM
I like a fold versus most people and this sizing
He doesn't have many natural bluffs since he had to call a big bet on flop, and he does ahve a ****ton of value. I think this particular sizing is value heavy
11-26-2021 , 02:21 AM
blocking 2 of the ~3 A5 combos is a pretty bad thing here, too. our flop sizing doesn't leave villain with much air on this turn card (how many A high hands get here?), likely requiring them to dip into 9T-JJ stuff that surely can't be relied upon.
11-26-2021 , 02:28 AM
We’re blocking the bluffs in his range and at the micros I don’t see villain betting JJ or QQ enough here. That said, solver says shove.
11-26-2021 , 02:33 AM
Might be a range flop check I was thinking. I think we have less than 50% equity on this flop and villain has all the sets and 87s
as well as being OOP.
11-26-2021 , 03:05 AM
Quote:
Originally Posted by Donkeybets AA on the turn
Might be a range flop check I was thinking. I think we have less than 50% equity on this flop and villain has all the sets and 87s
as well as being OOP.
Flop is definitely not a range check but we definitely want to be checking a lot, mix between large sizings and check mostly.
11-26-2021 , 03:07 PM
Quote:
Originally Posted by dysco AA on the turn
Flop is definitely not a range check but we definitely want to be checking a lot, mix between large sizings and check mostly.
When we have under 50% equity without the nut advantage range checking in a thing as the PFA especially OOP. Not sure how much equity we have here OTF though maybe its more than 50%.
Yesterday , 12:57 PM
I would not bet this rainbow flop as to have pot control at same time. Better to use 99 or TT to bet this flop rather than AA-JJ as there is some backdoor straight draw for you to continue the turn.
If flop get called with this bet size (2/3 pot), you could put your component at 8s, 5s or 7s, 78s, 67s, 56s, 89s etc. To the turn, the villain could use his range advantage to float you. I would call with AA and fold KK QQ JJ. Just to ensure not being exploit at this point. For river, the villain may stop his bluff since you could also have A6s in your range.

      
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