AAs vs Suited undercards on flop



Feb 29, 2008
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pokerstars Game #15830267431: Hold'em No Limit ($0.10/$0.25) - 2008/03/08 - 12:24:51 (ET)
Table 'Meges II' 9-max Seat #2 is the button
Seat 1: brianyahrly ($25.45 in chips)
Seat 2: WIJG_AR ($17.65 in chips)
Seat 3: RunNJump ($85.10 in chips)
Seat 4: johanchungas ($18.70 in chips)
Seat 5: fitinho ($27.70 in chips)
Seat 6: manulito3112 ($9.80 in chips)
Seat 7: hongzhong ($3.65 in chips)
Seat 8: Deep Mirror ($12.25 in chips)
Seat 9: Drread198 ($25.35 in chips)
RunNJump: posts small blind $0.10
johanchungas: posts big blind $0.25
*** HOLE CARDS ***
Dealt to brianyahrly [Ad As]
fitinho: calls $0.25
manulito3112: folds
hongzhong: folds
Deep Mirror: calls $0.25
Drread198: folds
brianyahrly: raises $0.75 to $1
WIJG_AR: folds
RunNJump: folds
johanchungas: raises $1.75 to $2.75
fitinho: folds
Deep Mirror: folds
brianyahrly: raises $4.75 to $7.50
johanchungas: calls $4.75
*** FLOP *** [Qc Tc 7h]
johanchungas: bets $11.20 and is all-in


This was only my 4th hand after sitting down at this table, so unfortunately I have no reads on the play style of the villain. Is this an automatic call?


May 28, 2006
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I guess so!!!

I think u r getting good odds, although it is difficult to work them out.

What do u put the opponent on?

QQ/ 1010 has u beat at present.

He reraised. So KK/ AA/ AK/ AQ not out of the question. He could also be on a draw with KJ. or flush.

I would call - I think about 80% of the time here u will be ahead at this stage.


Cardschat Elite
Sep 2, 2007
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call every time since you are only losing to qq, tt or a very loosly 77.

BUT i very very much doubt with a set, villain would open push on that, you would have to imagine with a set he would check/reevaluate. So therefore i think you have to call as you beat his entire range basically
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Rock Star
Oct 16, 2007
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I think he's trying a stop-n-go play. He's in early position, assumes you missed the flop with and AK, and he's shoving, hoping you'll fold. I'd call, you're way ahead most of the time, and if you're not you still have outs.

I agree with switch, if he'd flopped a set or even two pair, he'd wait to check raise you. Even most newbies, have enough savvy not lead out on their monsters, especially with you betting heavily preflop. Occasionally you will encounter an all-in push by a flopped set. The push is usually a way to disguise they have a monster hand. Who’s gonna push all-in with a flopped set, right? Sometimes it works, but it’s not a way to consistently get value for your top hands.