$50 NLHE6-max: Thin turn c-r vs. pro
I was taking my shot at a pro, Chris Klecz on FTP. She was sitting on about 10 tables and I watched her for a bit. She was uber aggressive and generally 3-betting a ton and always 4-betting/never folding to 3-bets.
This is our first orbit together; I limped here because I felt she is 3-betting me often and I'm not sure I want to turn AQo into a bluff here and fold to a 4-bet although I'm way ahead of her 3-betting range. Of course limp-rr is arguably turning it into a bluff but I wanted to have some credibility on raggy boards.
As she doesn't 4-bet I feel her continuing range is really wide. I flop top-top with the K on board. I feel her flatting range on this flop is going to be all Ax and Kx, 66 and gutshots.
I suppose turn check-raise is seriously overrepping my already overrepped hand but I felt if I checked she'd bet her entire range on the turn (putting me on QQ-JJ) and would be hard-pressed to fold any pair getting such good odds
when I could have some combo draws as well. I don't think she'll allow me to pot control OOP but I'm not sure I'm getting 3 streets of value here against anything Im good against except AJ.
$0.25/$0.50 No Limit Holdem
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Hero (SB) ($50)
, 6 players) Hero is SB
, Hero calls $0.25, BB raises to $2
, Hero raises to $5.50
, BB calls $3.50
, 2 players)
Hero bets $4.50
, BB calls $4.50
, 2 players)
Hero checks, BB bets $12.60
, Hero goes all-in $40
, BB calls $27.40