[50NL 6max] AA in 4-way pot

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bw07507

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This is a standard lay down right?? Also, what do you think of my flop call instead of raising? About the 10th hand in, so no real reads on anyone


pokerstars GAME #16646392311: HOLD'EM NO LIMIT ($0.25/$0.50) - 2008/04/11 - 09:24:40 (ET)
Table 'Hercules II' 6-max Seat #6 is the button
Seat 1: Dinner Spork ($39.90 in chips)
Seat 3: dabla39 ($40.65 in chips)
Seat 4: bw07507 ($67.45 in chips)
Seat 5: Mielarz ($51.55 in chips)
Seat 6: Davidek ($38.40 in chips)
Dinner Spork: posts small blind $0.25
pempoker is disconnected
pempoker has timed out while disconnected
pempoker: is sitting out
dabla39: posts big blind $0.50
*** HOLE CARDS ***
Dealt to bw07507 [As Ad]
bw07507: raises $1.50 to $2
Mielarz: folds
Davidek: calls $2
Dinner Spork: calls $1.75
dabla39: calls $1.50
*** FLOP *** [Kc 6h Ks]
Dinner Spork: checks
pempoker is connected
dabla39: bets $2
bw07507: calls $2
Davidek: calls $2
Dinner Spork: raises $5 to $7
dabla39: folds
pempoker is connected
bw07507: calls $5
Davidek: folds
*** TURN *** [Kc 6h Ks] [Jd]
Dinner Spork: bets $25
bw07507: ?
 
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I'd have to fold here. Opponent has shown strength on the flop and now here on the turn.
 
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I like a fold here, too.

If he's bluffing, he's being really gutsy, since he's firing off a big bet out of position on the turn. When you call the flop, he should be concerned that you're trapping him with AK or similar, but he still follows up.

Against an overaggressive bluffer, I might play for stacks here, but unless that's confirmed since before, I'm calling flop and folding turn. You can't fold on the flop, though, because there's just too great of a chance that he's doing this with a smaller pocket pair (testing the waters, so to speak) and will give up on the turn and check.

So: Call flop, and either fold turn or check behind depending on what he does. If you check behind on the turn, call a river bet and expect to win.
 
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*** FLOP ***
[Kc 6h Ks]

dabla39: bets $2
bw07507: calls $2
Davidek: calls $2
Dinner Spork: raises $5 to $7
It's hands like this that make you wonder just what people are holding - how many Kings are there in a pack?:confused:

If he's going to raise $5 into 3 people on a KK6 flop then fire off a $25 bet when called and he HASN'T got a King, then he deserves the pot for sheer bravery. Got to be clutching at straws though to try and find another holding though (and if it's 66, then you are still beat, so easy but annoying fold i'm afraid).
 
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