This is a discussion on $100 NLHE 6-max: set in SRP on FD+SD bord within the online poker forums, in the Cash Game Hand Analysis section; I think i must fold on river, but opp is very agressive. As i understand i can't check turn, because it's too many hands got
I think i must fold on river, but opp is very agressive. As i understand i can't check turn, because it's too many hands got good dro at this deck. River is blank it helps only to Jd8d or Ad8d but i cant find another hands that will be happy to see that river. So if i called turn i must call this river w top bluffcatch what can beat even some value hands from opp range. So maybe any body can tell me how i must play this hand here.
Don't take this the wrong way, but what did you put the villain on?He 3-bet you as soon as the straight draw hit, their is only two reasonable things he should be doing here.
A.) Bluffing the nut flush draw(Ax)
B.) Hit open ended straight, he was a blind so you gotta put him on a wider range.
The only hands you beat here are QsXs or the bluffed nut draw, and most Qx hands that would have hit aren't worth calling pre in my opinion, so I'd hesitate but I'd probably fold to that three bet and definitely fold the river(I would only call IF I knew the other player was tilting and more likely to try to buy the pot.
Edit: You also beat 55 here, but the way action played you can rule that out of the hand.
May 14th, 2018, 8:07 PM
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You have said it all yourself pretty much.
I wouldn't check the turn either, as there are several draws, also you will extract value from some worse hands like some Qx or almost any 2P. When you get re-raised, you can not just fold, if you did, then you would find yourself folding way too many of your hands, and in this spot it is quite possible your opponent has Qx with a flush draw, some nut flush draws, and also some FDSD like T8s that should scare you the most IMO.
But then on the river, when that 7 hits and your opponent shoves, it is either a cold bluff with the missed flush, or a straight, maybe sometimes set of 9s...
Anyways, call or fold kinda depends on the opponent, if you think he is crazy enough to bluff on such a board, then call, otherwise clear fold. against unknown players, fold just in case.
May 15th, 2018, 11:03 AM
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re: Poker & $100 NLHE 6-max: set in SRP on FD+SD bord
I think its GTO to call on the river, the only strong hands you could have is a straight (maybe 2 combos if not even less) and set of 55's and 66's (assuming you would 3 bet QQ, not sure). In that case folding the near top of your range when the flush misses and the only strong hand your opponent should have is 87s (and the seven makes 87s less likely) would be bad in my opinion. If you thought he was loose agressive than I would say you are being exploited if you fold there and only call with the 1 or 2 combos of 87s. If he is loose passive its of course a fold.
forgot about J8dd and A8dd but I am not sure he would allways play them like this so I would say its maybe 1 combo.
May 15th, 2018, 6:10 PM
thank you guys, it was very hard hand for me. it was played long time ago but i still remember it. i think i can call there as have some dynamic w him that night, at the moment i played this hands i got 366 hands on opp. vpip/pfr/3bet - 34/26/11, x/r and rcbet ip(both stats for flop but he was very aggresive) - 6/33. so now i will sleep calmly))