This is a discussion on $5 NLHE Full Ring: Bet line with set on a wet board within the online poker forums, in the Cash Game Hand Analysis section; Villain is a fish 46/3 A:1 on 36 hands. Board is totally his range so we can shove turn here expecting he hit 2 pairs
$5 NLHE Full Ring: Bet line with set on a wet board
Villain is a fish 46/3 A:1 on 36 hands. Board is totally his range so we can shove turn here expecting he hit 2 pairs or is to wet and we just bet, i hate river card so we check-call or bet line was fine.
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I don't understand what question you're trying to ask here but I would definitely raise turn to about $1.8 to get him pot committed and then shove river. The way he has played this hand the only straight I can see him having is 7/9 which is in his range, so most of the time I would probably put him on top pair weak kicker seen as he is donk betting but I think on that river their is too many hands beating your set with a four to a straight out their and unless u think that this guy is a really aggressive fish betting TP all the way then I would fold the river.
1st December 2012, 6:13 PM
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Bet, bet, ship.
1st December 2012, 6:33 PM
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Logan are you basing you bet-sizing of how much the villian has left? If not, then I think we increase the betsizes on F and T and same as youregoodmate said we ship the river
1st December 2012, 6:34 PM
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Originally Posted by youregoodmate
Bet, bet, ship.
yes, you cant go wrong here just bet bet betting, betting big each street vs full stacked opponents so we can get almost a full stack on the river
1st December 2012, 7:09 PM
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re: Poker & $5 NLHE Full Ring: Bet line with set on a wet board
Yeah, i consider his stack, he only have $1.90 left on river, so no need to ship river because even on my size bet he is allin if call.
My questions was more on the line of:
1. Can we shove turn? because a ton of hands can hit that board and get str8/flush draws on turn so we could get pay very often by a fish player and also lot of times river cards can make live crappy on that board. Or just betting was fine.
(with the bet bet ship you guys already answer that question).
2. My way of play the hand was right (meaning we never fold there)
(with the ship river also answer that)
When he call river was expecting to be beat by any 9 tbh. (J9/Q9/K9/A9 all on his range, not expecting lower than that but still could be) but nothing to do at that point.
1st December 2012, 8:04 PM
I might have bet a bit bigger on the flop and be tempted to shove on the turn. Fish like that quite often call with a straight draw, even if it only is one out. If he had a 9, he has two on the turn, a 7 or a Q and fish go crazy for that and I'd be willing to bet he would call an AI hoping to hit... though you might know better on his playing style prior to that hand.
As played, on the river, he's likely only calling this with a straight. A 9 is definitely in his range and although he'd definitely call an overpair here, I wouldn't put him on that the way he played the hand. He'd probably also be calling with two pair but would likely be scared of the straight himself and fold if he doesn't have it. I don't know if you could actually get any money out of him with that river card.