thin postflop merging on drawy boards?
this hand was against an unknown so its pretty much spew (he did shove with T9s though) but I was just thinking about the thought process behind it.
against regs can we raise in these spots to get flatted by worse? don't know if I've got the wording right but it'd b close to merging postflop where we're supposed to have a polarised range to get called by worse.
this one might be a bit thin since he can have a lot of overpairs in his range, but say AQs on Q8x boards BTN vs Blinds for example?
or are we just widening our polarised value range with TPTK etc..
this probably applies to higher limits, just thinking ahead-ish.
Poker Stars $0.10/$0.25 No Limit Hold'em - 6 players - View hand 2080146
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Hero (BTN): $25.00
($0.35) Hero is BTN with K ♥
, Hero raises to $0.50
, 1 fold
, BB raises to $2
, Hero calls $1.50
($4.10) 6 ♠
9 ♠ (2 players)
BB bets $2.50
, Hero raises to $7
, BB raises to $27
, Hero calls $16 all in
($50.10) J ♥ (2 players - 1 is all in)
($50.10) 6 ♥ (2 players - 1 is all in)
Hero shows K ♥
(two pair, Nines and Sixes - King kicker)
BB shows T ♣
(two pair, Nines and Sixes)
Hero wins $48.10