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Hey guys during that hand I was pretty lost so asking you for some tips.
MP seems nitty 14/12 43 hands, SB is a 66/0 rec after 33 hands
Preflop I was wondering about squeezing but I guess calling is fine too?
Few questions about sqz:
1. In general I should sqz less OOP vs early opens especially vs tight players but with a fish in a pot should I make some adjustments?
2. Do you sqz suited 1 gappers like J9s here?
Whats your plan for the flop hitting 2 pairs on a wet board? As played I think that after him checking a turn there is possibility to bluff river but is Q pairing board a good hand for that? I could fold better hands like Jx and overpairs.
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I think the call pre is fine, unless you're using a merged 3-betting range. Your hand plays fairly well multi-way. However, I think a check-raise is in order on this flop. You've got a strong holding that's not likely to improve, with lots of scary turns to show up for you. I think villain is perfectly capable of calling your check-raise with AJ or QJ, 9T, 89, and probably hands that have 2 clubs and a straight draw. While you have a hand that beats these, you want to get the money in! If he re-raises you, you can safely fold.
December 5th, 2018, 1:43 AM
As far as pre, I like calling because the hand plays well MW, but in general, squeezes when fish are in the pot are great, if they don't like to fold. If you can get a bad player ISO'd against a perceived stronger range, that's generally a good spot.
As played, I'd donk this flop. It's MW and you don't know for sure if MP is betting. If it checks through, there's a lot of bad turns for you. I don't hate check-calling. Donking > c/c > c/r. Really you almost never want to CR here unless you're just against a bad opponent.
As played, based on the stats and runout, a river c/f is fine.
December 5th, 2018, 7:59 AM
Yeah you can check raise this flop for value. Calling is also fine.
Pretty rough spot here. You think a straight would bet turn.
With the flush getting there on the river he probably doesn't have many bluffs in his range here so folding river is good in the long run.
December 5th, 2018, 10:53 AM
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good play,GG good fold on the river!
December 5th, 2018, 9:26 PM
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thanks for your time guys.
December 5th, 2018, 10:11 PM
it worth a raise on the flop for me. when u did call the flop your check fold looks the right thing to do to me