$50 NLHE 6-max: Turn 'nuts' 3 way IP, raise turn? Call river?
SB is a reg, 24/19, sqz 3%, fcbet 50%, 1.5k hands.
MP is a relative unknown, 40/20, 5 hands
(fwiw BB is also a reg who doesn't squeeze much)
$0.25/$0.50 No Limit Hold'em - 6 players
Hero (BTN): $58.48
($0.75) Hero is BTN with 6
, MP raises to $1.50
, 1 fold
, Hero calls $1.50, SB calls $1.25, 1 fold
($5.00) 7[image: http://static.deucescracked.com/images/club.gif] 5[image: http://static.deucescracked.com/images/diamond.gif] 4[image: http://static.deucescracked.com/images/spade.gif] (3 players)
SB checks, MP bets $2.50
, Hero calls $2.50, SB calls $2.50
($12.50) 8[image: http://static.deucescracked.com/images/spade.gif] (3 players)
SB checks, MP bets $7
, Hero calls $7, SB folds
($26.50) K[image: http://static.deucescracked.com/images/spade.gif] (2 players)
MP bets $44.77 all in
, Hero ...
Turn: I figure I've got the best hand here like always, but are we flatting or raising? My relative position is a little awkward for the flat, as I give SB odds
to boat up/flush, and while I can comfortably fold to him, I will not have that luxury on the river if he doesn't lead. I know he folded the turn, but what do you think re our decision on the turn? My thought at the time was, if I wanted to get folds I would raise, so I ought to flat the nuts... but idk now, since vs two with perhaps significant equity against me, I probably should have raised?
River. Ugh. Unknown. Doubt he could be turning his hand into a bluff? Does he think his set is getting paid off by worse? Given the action up until the river I figured I was up against an overpair. Is he spazzing out with AA/KK? Did he get there with an aggressively played AQss type hand? (unlikely into 2 surely).