This is a discussion on $2 NLHE 6-max: AA vs turn raise/river bet within the online poker forums, in the Cash Game Hand Analysis section; AA vs turn raise line
MP: $2.74 (137 bb)
CO: $1.44 (72 bb)
BTN: $0.91 (45.5 bb)
SB: $2.00 (100 bb)
BB: $2.37 (118.5 bb)
Sharing your HUD data is useful in these hand breakdowns. From this HUD data we can conclude nothing. Too few hands.
So how do we range our villain?
We have to use general player pool data for this instance.
Is it common for villains to check raise turns with weak hands or draws?
Is it common for villains to attack weak turn bets?
Raising as a bluff only enough to give you odds of 3-1 .88 pot .29 to call
Then bet half pot bluffs on river giving you 3 to 1 to call?
Is it common for the villain to expect a call on river form a weaker hand than top pair?
Are you playing in a no-foldem player pool?
Preflop is there usually 3 betting from blinds?
What are the lower part of the ranges? Would a player normally flat 1010 in BB in your
6 max games and not check raise the low flop?
Is the player pool normally passive? Is that why you chose your bet sizing? Did you decide to get three streets of value because of this?
I hope these questions help you to begin to build player profiles when the HUD has no useful data.
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re: Poker & $2 NLHE 6-max: AA vs turn raise/river bet
As played I agree with John A.
I may just check turn and call / bet rivers a lot of the time here.
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Poker is so situational, that's why I prefer a written description of a hand instead of the modern format 99.99% of people use (I know, I'm the weird one lol). Anyway based on the super limited information I have, I would call at that point, but yeah, people flop sets.