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Big 2 3-bet spot early... Big 2 3-bet spot early...

05-03-2013 , 12:21 PM
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Originally Posted by zachvac
Not a problem. I promise you despite me not knowing how the average villain in this situation plays that my overall gameplan is still more profitable against the average villain than pretty much anyone else in this thread in this spot even if it means he's only 3-betting me 2% and only stacking KK+ but I still get AK in here. You seem like a clever fellow so hopefully I don't need to expand on that.
05-03-2013 , 01:14 PM
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Originally Posted by zachvac

oh and thank you for posting while adding 0 logic to the thread.

Not a problem. I promise you that something something who ****ing cares blah blah strategies blah blah blah optimal noise noise 5/10 condescend condescend ramble ramble inelastic blah blah red line joke
05-03-2013 , 02:31 PM
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Originally Posted by bparis
especially when he refuses to use actual words
05-03-2013 , 02:40 PM
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Originally Posted by eagles2.0
If you are going to 4bet you need to make it larger than 480, if villain is never 3bet bluffing in this spot I would call the 3bet. If he has a 3bet bluffing (which I don't see why he can't be, he's 3betting a btn vs a co open) 4b/call is clearly the best play.

All munk trolling aside, I think you played the hand fine, expect I would make the 4bet bigger pf.
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Originally Posted by JohnFR
I feel like I'm defending munk, which he doesn't actually need, but munk was mostly referring to OPs thought process, this is what he stated his thought process was.



Just because OP got the hand right this time doesn't mean that he doesn't have a huge leak in these types of situations with the thought process he was implementing, and munk was commenting on this. Process-oriented thinking instead of results-oriented thinking ftw.
Was going to post exactly what JohnFR posted. I mean when I made the post I didn't even see the rest of hh, just that he was never consider calling and was considering 4b/folding or folding outright before shoving or calling lol.

Last edited by BackRaiseNYC; 05-03-2013 at 02:57 PM.
05-03-2013 , 02:46 PM
i was shocked that with the chosen alias, sentence structure and overall aggression.. BackRaiseNYC is not gambit360
05-03-2013 , 03:30 PM
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Originally Posted by plo ufo
i was shocked that with the chosen alias, sentence structure and overall aggression.. BackRaiseNYC is not gambit360
"Unreg pre"
05-03-2013 , 06:25 PM
just need a little

munk

in my life
05-03-2013 , 06:33 PM
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Originally Posted by THAY3R
"Unreg pre"
05-04-2013 , 07:34 PM
Why does everyone fall in love with AK? It's a drawing hand and you are out of position. Option 3 call the BTN pre flop raise. See flop, check to the raiser. Remember you lack position.
05-13-2013 , 12:41 AM
I'm really confused as to the merits
05-13-2013 , 12:43 AM
Of a small 4b y not shove or flat- this 4b will always at Keats be called and we r gonna be
E doing alotta guessing when no ace or king come out
12-28-2013 , 05:29 AM
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12-29-2013 , 01:49 PM
this post turned a std christmas boring day w the fam into 1h of str8 rofling.

munk was 100% spot on. maybe he can grind tree fiddys live but cmon...

      
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