This is a discussion on $5 PLO 6-max: second nut boat get checkraised all in on river what to do? within the online poker forums, in the Cash Game Hand Analysis section; PokerStars Zoom, Omaha Pot Limit - $0.02/$0.05 - 6 players
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UTG: $8.76 (175 bb)
MP: $4.23 (85 bb)
CO: $18.01 (360 bb)
BU (Hero): $9.26
River: ($2.11) A♥ (2 players)
UTG checks, Hero bets $2.03, UTG raises to $7.74 (all-in), BU (Hero) folds
Total pot: $6.17 (Rake: $0.24)
UTG wins $5.93
I played this hand today, someone limped preflop utg, I iso on the button with qq78 ss. I turn a boat and on the river I get checkraised. I have some big problems with this kind of spots. I almost always call of here while I know that I am almost always beat because at the micro's people almost never checkraise bluf the river.
But this one is really difficult do, the only hands that beat me are 66 and aa and villain limps utg, is he really limp calling aa? Maybe sometimes.. Whas my fold good here on the river? From an exploitative point?
I had 3 hands on villain and he was playing 33-0 (vpip) (pfr) so he does not look like a huge whale.
Maybe I should have called this river because sometimes a fish will checkraise shove here with 88, 6a or 6q? But this is the reason why I always make stupid river calls because I think that my opponents will shove with some weak boats.
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Okay so first off... 3 hands is NOTHING. Absolutely nothing. 33/0 in 3 hands could be a huge whale, a meh reg, or a crusher. It's meaningless info.
Anyway up to the hand itself, I think you played it fine but I'd be calling river. A6. 86. Q6. 88. Those hands may make a poor overplay here at these stakes imo. Plus imo, we won't run into AA hardly ever with the preflop action.
February 13th, 2019, 1:00 AM
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Given the play, I'm never folding there. He could have had any of the smaller boats and just thinks he's good.