This is a discussion on $5 NLHE 6-max: KK in 4bet pot on UTGvsBU on 6258T within the online poker forums, in the Cash Game Hand Analysis section; i didn't like my turn betsize maybe i could bet 1/3 for pot control. i think a lot about river and understand that i must
i didn't like my turn betsize maybe i could bet 1/3 for pot control. i think a lot about river and understand that i must fold vs villain size, but i make call for information about his pre calling range. when hand was played i got 29 hands on villain))))vpip/pfr/3bet 31/24/26) looks like agro reg
Just a cooler here mate, the bet sizes looked good and the villain didn't get out of line.
7th June 2018, 12:26 AM
I would fold to river bet, not really a board to bluff as you 4bet preflop and also bet flop and turn so likely got overpair.
Turn bet is fine as you could can get value from TT,JJ,QQ and you could face a very rough spot if villain raise 3x.
7th June 2018, 9:58 AM
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Game: 6max zoom
Seems valid to me, honestly I would go for value river too given he mostly calls with over pairs if we take care that by turn and river bet sizing pot is not overly large. And after check I would call river as you did, because it seems 5NL zoom most players are overly aggressive and they do bet here if checked with bluff & thin value. However if we bet river the hand comes easier to play at least because we can easily fold to a raise and still get calls from TT to QQ, this is bc probably he wont double float with hands like Ax that he turns to a bluff.
7th June 2018, 1:46 PM
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Game: 6max zoom
re: Poker & $5 NLHE 6-max: KK in 4bet pot on UTGvsBU on 6258T
Well my point is that betting river makes the hand easier to play, not sure it's really more EV, probably not. (Disregard that T)
9th June 2018, 11:44 PM
I might not even 4bet this deep but as played i don't think you did much wrong.I do find villains 3bet on the btn with 66 a bit strange. But i see small pocket pairs 3bet ip quite a'lot lately even 100bb deep.It seems really bad to me but does seem to be a common trend.