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Dealt to Hero :ah4: :jd4:
AJo OOP in a multiway, limed pot is not a position you want to put yourself in. If you're not comfortable playing OOP I don't think it's too bad to fold preflop either, but that just may be myself being a nit *shrugs*
July 23rd, 2015, 5:37 PM
raising pre depends on how sticky your table is. If you know that if you raise that everyone will call (maybe because you are playing a bunch of call stations/fish), then raising doesn't make sense (bloats pot out of position with a mediumish strength hand). Generally, though, raising gets some folds and is a good idea.
Usually you are fine here. Occasionally mp1 has kj, but not often.
July 23rd, 2015, 6:15 PM
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I believe play was fine.
Other variations for me would be raise pre and/or raise river.
July 23rd, 2015, 6:24 PM
re: Poker & $10 NLHE Full Ring: limped pot
Raise pre-flop. Check/fold the flop. You're MW and OOP w/ no reason to think you have implied odds. I don't like the river sizing MW either. You have a 4 way straight. You're only getting called by splits or better hands with that sizing. I would have bet about .85 and folded to a raise at these stakes. Possibly called a small raise for the chop.