[50nl FR] QQ in co multi way

Jagsti

Jagsti

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Up against a 2+2 reg on the button and a donk in the sb. Button stats are 11/7/2 over 1.5k hands, he can be a little weak tight at times. Donk is 70/14/1.6 over 80 hands.

Comments on my line on the flop please? Should I CB this?



poker stars, $0.25/$0.50 NL Hold'em Cash Game, 9 Players
LeggoPoker.com - Hand History Converter

SB: $70.50
BB: $44.25
UTG: $51.65
UTG+1: $52.05
UTG+2: $50
MP1: $50.55
MP2: $94.10
Hero (CO): $53.75
BTN: $69.10

Pre-Flop: Q
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Q
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dealt to Hero (CO)
5 folds, Hero raises to $2, BTN calls $2, SB calls $1.75, BB folds

Flop: ($6.50) 8
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K
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3
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(3 Players)
SB checks, Hero checks, BTN bets $4.50, SB calls $4.50, Hero calls $4.50

After checking and the btn bets, I'm not too worried at this point b/c he could easily be doing this with air with 2 chks in front of him. Obv he could have a king, but I think it's really weak to fold QQ at this stage... anyone disagree with me here?


Turn:
($20) 9
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(3 Players)
SB bets $3, Hero calls $3, BTN calls $3


WTF! Donk bets $3 into a $20 pot, my line here?
 
tenbob

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Yea, i think you can take either line on that flop. Oh betting isnt really a c-bet if you take that line, its a probe bet :)

As it stands it looks like you can call down light fairly easily, he either has a hand like KQ/AK usually 3-bet position, (even though against an 11/7/2 meh maybe he flats AK) or he is block betting a flush draw. I call the turn and any reasonable non-spade river.
 
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At this point it looks like SB is weak with something like bottom or middle pair, or a flush draw. Hard to put button on a hand now, but he didn't raise the turn, so he probably doesn't have a monster like a set. He's justified calling with almost anything on the turn though, he might even have something like Jack 10. Or he might have the king, he probably wouldn't raise the turn with just a pair of kings so he would have played it like this. I think you should have just bet on the flop though, since you were the preflop leader and a free card could beat you if you have the best hand now.
 
rwilson

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You probably needed to follow up with a bet on the flop so you had a better understanding of where you stood. Sort of in no mans land here.. if you got the chance to call down light I'd take it.. however I'd say you were beaten here? pretty unlikely now that neither of the other two have a king at least.
 
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