This is a discussion on $10 NLHE 6-max: in this river is better bet or check behind? within the online poker forums, in the Cash Game Hand Analysis section; partypoker - $0.10 NL (6 max) - Holdem - 6 players
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CO: 47.7 BB (VPIP: 34.48, PFR: 15.94, 3Bet Preflop: 6.27, Hands:
bets to extract value from him, he hardly has the A10, and if he has KK, AA, QQ, JJ, or anyone else so you are ahead .. think to whom you are losing .. Which cards do not you leave Nunds . I bet, but not if you push everything he does not pay. if paying is going to be with KK or AA, QQ, something like that, I bet 75% of the pot, for him to return everything or pay. The only problem is the flush, I did not pay attention to it .. more in case he is flush, it is better to bet low, if he pays you, you will be in the front, if he pushes everything, you better leave.
23rd January 2018, 4:48 AM
John A [5,190]
Yes... please bet the river. You raised and hit your card, now make some money.
And the turn raise is pretty bad after he c/c's and leads on the turn. You're in a low equity spot, no overs, just a gutshot against someone who is loose and looks like he likes to call.
23rd January 2018, 3:17 PM
23rd January 2018, 4:19 PM
re: Poker & $10 NLHE 6-max: in this river is better bet or check behind?
Do not get why you would invest so much with that hand before the river...
But... on the river it’s a definitely a bet. He couldn’t possibly have A-10 with that line and he couldn’t possibly put you on your hand. If you’re going to get lucky, better make money doing it
24th January 2018, 11:44 PM
Fold-pre, opening this @HJ means you're opening >40% in this position, which is -EV, save the wide stealing ranges for BTN.
Flop cbet is fine. Turn raise is bad. All you have is a gutshot which is not even to the nuts, and probablly little fold equity after fishy 33/16 villain takes this line he most probablly has Kx and is not folding.
River is a mandatory bet for value from Kx.
Make an exploitative 1/2 pot bet and fold to a river raise which is almost always the nuts.