well if we wanna take -EV lines to be difficult to play against then that would connote hes a thinking player, and a thinking player would almost never fold Tx here. Pocket pairs arent really a problem seeing as he'll be c/fing them a decent amount on the turn so we can take it away pretty easily.
Also i kinda agree about not getting 3bet too often but theres a chance he does with big hands because of how deep stacks are and it sucks for us when it happens
TY. I timed down all the way and just figured I don't how/why villain would 3x overbet jam 250+bb's w/ a set. Also, one previous hand he c/r'ed me on a paired semi-wet board, 744dd, then bombed the turn on a brick. I gave him credit & folded but that gave me a sizing tell.
raising flop isn't -EV if he's 3betting PF that much
being difficult to play against is only one of the side benefits of raising. i think you underestimate aggrotards at low stakes most are cbetting this flop with their entire range. as i said i think floating is better if we play later streets well but i think if we're not we should take the marginal +EV of raising flop.
would u have called the river if it had been anything other than a Jack or Nine?
good ?...i was thinking about this as well, and tbh idk. I'd go by "feel" I guess. But trying to honestly put myself in that position, w/ just a bare TPMK and I think I'm folding more often than not, simply b/c for that price I dont think it is worth it.
Looking at it now the river 2p doesn't actually change the value of my hand all that much vs his range. Theres not really any 2p's except maybe 64 that I drew out on otr. So all in all I think if I'm calling here, I should be calling w/o the J or 9 otr.
poker is a sick game. started the month on a 12 buyin upswing, dont play for about a week, then promptly went on a 20 bi downswing, and then ive gotten another 12 bi upswing in the past few days, all at 25nl
standard i know but ive always been a low volume player and im trying to put in good volume lately, so the quick and drastic swings are still new for me
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I am pretty sure, have read it in some thread also. Pretty easy to check btw. Just sit at one table wait till there is a raise and a call, and close table on flop. Refresh cashier in 3 minutes
I might test it later and let u know
Dcred I like calling flop. You're IP and seems strong. Considering what he called with I don't like 3betting because you don't have much FE so you really are just hoping he has a worse fd which won't be very often.