This is a discussion on €100 NLHE Full Ring: JJ on MP RE RAISE ALL IN ON FLOP within the online poker forums, in the Cash Game Hand Analysis section; VILLAIN Raise 3 from EP
HERO Raise 10 from MP with Jh Js
VILLAIN 2 CC
FLOP comes 3d 4h 5d
VILLAIN Bet 27
I assume, that at least the half stacker is bad, and that the guy behind know that and is calling your 3-bet a bit wide to get involved with the bad player. If this is correct, there is no way, I am getting away from JJ on this board. That donk bet is typically some weak hand acting strong or looking for protection. Like he has 88 and is scared and just want both of you to fold, so he can win a small pot. I am more worried about the guy behind, since he was us covered, but if he flatted with QQ or KK or setmined with 33-55, I guess, he just got us.
August 5th, 2019, 3:06 PM
Join Date: Jan 2019
Poker at: ACR
I agree with above poster, I'm for sure getting it in here. I don't think that donk bet is ever QQ-AA or a set...or obviously never 67. My guess is something like 66, 77, or Ax of diamonds...or he's just betting like a putz hoping you had KQ suited of not diamonds. I think you played this exactly right...I'm guessing this guy turned over diamonds and hit on the river. Annoying yes, but you played it correctly.
August 6th, 2019, 5:20 AM
Join Date: Aug 2019
re: Poker & €100 NLHE Full Ring: JJ on MP RE RAISE ALL IN ON FLOP
Thanks for your answers!
August 7th, 2019, 3:42 PM
Join Date: May 2019
You made a push on a coordinated board, although it is more likely to find high combinations in this case, if you decide to play your jacks thoroughly, this spot is the ideal opportunity to do so.
Obviously you can fall with some flopped set or things like that, but I think the push is a profitable move in this case.
Also important is the information you have about the game of active villains in your hand.
For example, if the villain who has less stack plays well, perhaps it is best to fold, since in this case you can find a stronger hand than yours.