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NL Holdem 0,10(BB)
BB ($19,13) [VPIP: 36,7% | PFR: 14,7% | AGG: 26,7% | Hands: 155]
I was reviewing this hand and came to the conclusion that given the price maybe i should have called since i don´t block his KQ and nut FD´s. But still i wanted some feedback. What are your thoughts on the hand? PS: I am on the Button this hand.
I think it was the right fold, mostly you are behind after third barrel, you are beating only 67s 78s cars and small pairs, or KQ holdings, chopping only with T9, so I don't see here you winning 1 out of 4, mush more hands are beating you
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I agree with Mahdi that it was the right fold. You're low down in your range and your opponent seems to be relatively TAG. He's also not 3-betting very much. But here he 3-bets from the small blind and triple barrels -- I think you're going to get shown an overpair or full house quite a bit here if you call.
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re: Poker & hero call spot on the river
the fold from my point of view must have been after 3bet pre-flop, I think you spent money with a mediocre hand
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Not a fan of a mini-raise in cash games. Given his 3-bet sizing I would also consider folding, but the call is not terrible, since you are deep and in position.
Mandatory call especially with his sizing.
You picked up a flushdraw, and for this reason I would also call again. Otherwise I would let it go now.
Clear fold. Now you are only bluff catching, and as Collin Moshman say, you are very low in your range. Sure you dont block KQ, which is a possible bluff, but you also dont block any overpairs or top pair, that might bet for value. Are people really overbluffing this spot at 10NL? I dont think so. If anything they are rather underbluffing.