This is a discussion on $10 NLHE 6-max: Deep Stacked OOP with QQ within the online poker forums, in the Cash Game Hand Analysis section; thought about 4Betting Pre, but didnt want to get All in Pre.
Turn was good and bad. DO I call River with Overpair and one of
I think the hand was played well. River should be a fold though. Overbet river shoves are generally nutted, and he needs to be bluffing around 38-40% of the time here for you to call it off. He could even be doing this with KQ with the K diamonds. I dont think anyone is bluffing anywhere near 40% here.
11th June 2016, 12:49 AM
yeah agree w/ Minh. I'd call if they've been playing spewy. Read-less I'd be tempted because of their stack size.
11th June 2016, 2:11 AM
My bad. Required equity to call off is something like 35-37%. Still not calling. There aren't really any draws that missed (you block the Q straight draw), and this flop/turn favors your range more than his. Also for mentioned reasons above ^^. We have better bluff-catchers like AJ with A diamonds.
11th June 2016, 4:25 AM
re: Poker & $10 NLHE 6-max: Deep Stacked OOP with QQ
AA,KK,JJ,1010,AK,AQ,KJ,KQ,K10,K9,AJ,AT (Being he is light and on the button)
Turn - AA,KK,JJ,1010,AKd,KQo,K9d
River - AA,KK,1010,AKd,KQo,K9d
18 combos of pair, 1 combo of AKd, 9 combos of unsuited KQ, 1 combo of K9d = 29 combos
You just have to think how many bluff combos he may have on the river? I think not much, so its a fold...
11th June 2016, 9:03 PM
I actually called the River and he had AcQc. I only had small sample of stats
20/20 100% Agg 10 Hands.
On the replayer 100%AG might be based on him betting 3 streets. Not sure if replayer shows up to the time of hand or his total stats I have on him
Call was based on his massive stack and that I underrepped my hand. It also looked like I played my hand face up like an AK, so from his point of view I think his river shove was ok unless I had QK or backed into a bd flush