This is a discussion on $2 NLHE 6-max: Should I raise more big on river? within the online poker forums, in the Cash Game Hand Analysis section; PokerStars Zoom, Hold'em No Limit - $0.01/$0.02 - 6 players
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UTG: $1.20 (60 bb)
MP: $2.03 (102 bb)
CO (Hero): $5.61 (281
CO (Hero) shows A♣ A♥ (a full house, Aces full of Sevens)
(Equity - Pre-Flop: 82%, Flop: 12%, Turn: 98%, River: 100%)
BB mucks J♥ 7♥ (three of a kind, Sevens)
(Equity - Pre-Flop: 18%, Flop: 88%, Turn: 2%, River: 0%)
CO (Hero) wins $5.59
Could my AA full-house get more chips from the opponent?
Considering the line taken for your Villain, we would definitely be jamming this river and Villain will never folds its trips and two pair, and sometimes not even TP Good Kicker, lol.
Villain raised you OTF out of range advantage (flatted preflop), so it gave you a nice hint that it was holding something strong.
I think you played very well on the flop and the turn. However, like other comments said, he seems to like his hand and thinks he was very strong, and there's lot of flush draws and top pairs in your range. So in this situation, you could get value with a shove on the river.
Obviously I donít know anything about your opponent, but since you are playing 2NL I would think your opponent would call down just about any bet with a strong holding. He probably isnít thinking very deep into what your range of hands could be, just more what he knows his own hand is. Again, donít know your opponent but Iím willing to bet that if you put him all in he would snap call.
I think this is argueable. Personally I love the line you took because you are getting value from far more with this line then you are by the range of hands that call a raise on the turn, and a big bet on the river.
Cause if we raise turn for value we are getting all the 88-KKs to fold. By calling, all of this will more likely call a raise on the river when we raise.
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You should be able to take his whole stack in this deal. It's not easy but that's exactly what you should assume after his raise on flop. On turn you know you can't lose and it will be very difficult for him to lay down trips. I would raise turn to make to pot bigger hoping that he would give away all his chips on river.