$2 NLHE 6-max: $2 NLHE 6-max:Villain shoves flop, Call or fold

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2nji

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NL Holdem 0.02(BB)
CO ($2.21) [VPIP: 27.8% | PFR: 12.7% | AGG: 22.2% | hands: 86]
HERO ($2.59) [VPIP: 23.5% | PFR: 17.6% | AGG: 31% | Flop Agg: 30.1% | Turn Agg: 30.6% | River Agg: 33.3% | 3-Bet: 3.9% | 4-Bet: 1.5% | Hands: 7295]
SB ($2.21) [VPIP: 55.6% | PFR: 3.7% | AGG: 47.1% | Hands: 31]
BB ($0.70) [VPIP: 44.8% | PFR: 12.1% | AGG: 53.6% | Flop Agg: 57.1% | Turn Agg: 52.9% | River Agg: 45.5% | 3-Bet: 0% | 4-Bet: 0% | Cold Call: 66.7% | Hands: 65]

Dealt to Hero: 5 6

CO Calls $0.02, HERO Raises To $0.08, SB Folds, BB Calls $0.06, CO Folds

Hero SPR on Flop: [3.26 effective]
Flop ($0.19): 5 K 6
BB Bets $0.09 (Rem. Stack: $0.53), HERO Raises To $0.27 (Rem. Stack: $2.24), BB Raises To $0.62 (allin), HERO?

Calls $0.35 (Rem. Stack: $1.89)

Turn ($1.43): 5 K 6 A

River ($1.43): 5 K 6 A T


BB shows: T J

HERO wins: $1.35
 
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Preflop
We could limp behind with 65s, but I dont mind raising it up, so we can lean on them postflop. This time you even got CO to limp-fold, which is quite incredible.

Flop
Definitely raising that donk bet with bottom two, and when he gets it in, I am beating him into the pot. The guy is a fish, and he only started with 35 bigs, so you are way ahead of his stack-off range.
 
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That situation is a 'must call' if ever there were one.
 
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Yeah, with him only flat calling the flop with a third still in the pot, it's extremely unlikely he has K's. You have a 5 and a 6, so it's also very unlikely he has pocket 5's or 6's. So either he's just bluffing altogether, has an A,K and is afraid of the flush draw or is either chasing a flush or a straight. Total snap call for me there, although I would be expecting to get drawn out by a crappy flush draw.. lol.
 
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Yeah, with him only flat calling the flop with a third still in the pot, it's extremely unlikely he has K's. You have a 5 and a 6, so it's also very unlikely he has pocket 5's or 6's. So either he's just bluffing altogether, has an A,K and is afraid of the flush draw or is either chasing a flush or a straight. Total snap call for me there, although I would be expecting to get drawn out by a crappy flush draw.. lol.

Occationally we will also be behind to K6 or K5. But if he can have K6 or K5, then he can obviously also have K7, K8, K9 etc., as he is likely to overvalue top pair meh kicker, since he is a fish, and he is also short. Plus he can have draws, which he in fact did.
 
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I guess you trust the stats provided, in that case you probably thought OL is very passive. That can be seen partially, but regarding BB we don't have the best way to continue. Do we really want to flip a coin against a super wide range player? It is preferable to be patient and look for a better place. But if we want to play, limp has some advantages here, since we will have the best position to see many flops and stay in those that favor us the most. As played we have a standard call on the flop.
Greetings.
 
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