This is a discussion on $2 NLHE Full Ring: NFD facing Turn raise-allin within the online poker forums, in the Cash Game Hand Analysis section; BTN: 260.5 BB
Hero (SB): 116.5 BB
BB (BB): 49 BB
UTG: 94 BB
UTG+1: 90.5 BB
MP: 100 BB
MP+1: 100 BB
MP+2: 126.5 BB
If your read on UTG+1 is passive, you can remove draws from his range as he would passively call and see what comes on the river. Your best case is against Ax two pair hands or AK and you're not getting the odds to call for 12 outs...and that's best case.
Hard to have a confident read with 11 hands, but I would go with my read and fold here. You will have better spots to get those chips.
March 23rd, 2018, 1:36 PM
Forgot to mention:
Villain's stats on 11 hands VPIP/PFR/AF: 27/0/0
March 23rd, 2018, 9:03 PM
Yeah, on the turn bet/fold is your best line. It sucks, but this guy is too passive for us to check the turn.
Against a guy capable of floating, I love checking this turn for pot control and to induce bluffs. But against this player, gotta keep putting the money in yourself.
March 25th, 2018, 12:14 PM
re: Poker & $2 NLHE Full Ring: NFD facing Turn raise-allin
All responses appreciated. Thnx!
March 25th, 2018, 4:08 PM
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First of all, slightly bigger bet pre flop, considering you have a limper. It probably wouldn't help much considering these are microstakes, but should help you in the future.Also, I don't like labeling your opponent with just 11 hands on him! I mean you say loose passive fish, so what does a loose passive player has here, and why is he shoving if he is passive?
Passive in my poker dictionary means check-calling and rarely, like almost never means shoving 80BB into pot of 30BB. In my experience in microstakes, you really need to have something better then TP to call opponents all in, therefore, fold is probably the right option.