This is a discussion on $5 NLHE Full Ring: Overpair - Villain calls double barrel within the online poker forums, in the Cash Game Hand Analysis section; 888 Poker - $0.05 NL - Holdem - 9 players
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BB: 100 BB (VPIP: 24.07, PFR: 20.37, 3Bet Preflop: 6.25, Hands: 54)
Yeah bigger pre, 2bb raise suggest he is fish, but even without that stats are saying the same. So you want to play big pots with them, generally speaking they don't fold pre. Turn bet also a bit larger because, again generally, you will be called by 5high flush draw and A str draw and if raised easy fold. I would bet river too smallish, but I can't say if it's better than checking.
11th May 2017, 1:56 PM
Poker at: Poker stars
Not very large sample on villian but stats say he is really loose. Some small percentage of time he will flop set , another small percentage he will have flush on the turn, there are not many 4s in his range to indicate straight but a4 could go there (and he will often slowplay this, but on the turn i think they may raise these hands BUT WE ARE NOT AFRAID of that since his range will be full of second best hands that he will continue very often with , 67 and pair with Ac that he will call another small bet on the river in case you are buffing. SO I would make small thin value bet on the river, give him a chance to hero call with 2nd best hand.
11th May 2017, 9:56 PM
Game: NLHE, PLO
You need a larger history to value bet river.
15th May 2017, 9:24 AM
re: Poker & $5 NLHE Full Ring: Overpair - Villain calls double barrel
i think you ahead of sizable part of his range here on the turn and should bet bigger - closer to 80%. Then on the river i would bet thin to induce some hero calls but checking is also fine
15th May 2017, 10:07 AM
Online Poker at: 888
I'd make it a little bigger pre flop 12bb as much to make sure I drive out the blinds who I don't want in the hand. Jacks are hard enough heads up without bringing another hand into the equation. Flop I'd bet 3/4 to full pot. I'd really want to end this hand on the flop, there are very few good cards for us on the turn . If he calls the big cbet then you know he has a hand or good draw. If you bet too small he hangs around with a lot more of his gutters and back doors.
The turn card is a pretty bad card like I said there's not many good cards for us.
With the sizing as played I don't mind your barrel he will be putting you on a lot of AK AQ and we can extract from his 77 88 99 TT and drawing hands with one club.
The river is a brick so I'd value bet 25bb to get value from 77-TT and fold to a raise.
If the sizing was bigger pre flop and flop you can check turn, bet river. As you go up the stakes if you bet this turn you are going to get raised a lot on a great bluffing board like that.