This is a discussion on $2 NLHE Full Ring: Hero Call? within the online poker forums, in the Cash Game Hand Analysis section; For some reason I have marked the villain as a fish. At first after the raise I thought he wanted to see the flop cheaply
For some reason I have marked the villain as a fish. At first after the raise I thought he wanted to see the flop cheaply with a lower pair like 3s or 5s but thought to continue because Ace high would've likely raised as well trying to get the other off of a hand. Other hands I'd put him in aree A9,A5 or something like 98s,109s. But got no history with him.
After that I intended to check call both the streets. With two pair on the board I cutoff his likeliness to have quads. So this leaves with Ace high like A3,A5 or A9 or other suited 9s. So the shove didn't mean that much to me and I am pot committed as well.
I'll post the results later
3-bet more preflop, and 3-bet the flop because we like fish money. The 3s is a great card for you, shove turn as played.
August 8th, 2017, 3:54 PM
re: Poker & $2 NLHE Full Ring: Hero Call?
Marking someone as fish doesn't help you in any way, because there is no real information there.
Turn and river are great cards for you as him having flopped set is much less likely. He's basically saying that he have nines full or nothing. you have ~45 bb left, so I think it's an easy call.
August 9th, 2017, 8:51 AM
Yeah I called and he showed AQ off.
Had a similar situation where again kings Vs a two paired board but this time 3 to 1 odds for a call. I felt the villain was pretty much in front there though the way he played