$5 NLHE Full Ring: Do you make a value bet or just push in such cases?

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All in almost always means a very strong hand on the river. And not all opponents call it, suspecting something dangerous.
:6h4: and :8h4: can give a straight flush here. So I could even be behind. But here it was necessary to go to the end.:captain:
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Preflop
Standard defend.

Flop
I prefer to put in a check-raise on this very wet board. You could be behind to a flopped straight, but thats pretty unlikely, and even then you have around 35% equity, so its not the end of the world.

Turn
As played I agree with check-raising now. I would go bigger though to set it up for an easier river jam. With such a nutted hand you want to get stacks inside.

River
I would have arrived here with less stack left behind, but as played I would still jam. Its a disaster, if he has a hand like this and just call, and then you dont get the full dubble. He kind of overplayed his hand, which saved you at the end.
 
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feisas7991

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Mandatory check raise on the flop. You give up ev by not doing that, unless he is absolute maniac and gifts stacks left and right
Blast on any turns and go for stacks almost on all run outs

Hope this helps and Good Luck!
 
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