Another Flop Shove 6max 25NL

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bw07507

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5th hand in at the table, so no reads on villain, but he called 4 out of the 5 hands I was there for. Im thinking the 2 hearts on this flop means I have to call? I dont know what does this other than a flush draw. If hes slowplaying QQ-AA preflop, hes definately not just shoving this flop.

pokerstars GAME #16562391485: HOLD'EM NO LIMIT ($0.10/$0.25) - 2008/04/07 - 18:08:30 (ET)
Table 'Nekkar' 6-max Seat #2 is the button
Seat 1: AKASUPERMAN ($16.20 in chips)
Seat 2: nescience ($35.05 in chips)
Seat 3: je weet toch ($27 in chips)
Seat 4: marky_crash ($13.90 in chips)
Seat 5: GolfMyBall ($16.45 in chips)
Seat 6: bw07507 ($25 in chips)
je weet toch: posts small blind $0.10
marky_crash: posts big blind $0.25
*** HOLE CARDS ***
Dealt to bw07507 [Jc Ah]
GolfMyBall: folds
bw07507: raises $0.75 to $1
AKASUPERMAN: calls $1
nescience: folds
je weet toch: folds
marky_crash: folds
*** FLOP *** [5h 5d Jh]
je weet toch leaves the table
bw07507: bets $1.60
AKASUPERMAN: raises $13.60 to $15.20 and is all-in
bw07507: ?
 
Richyl2008

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With no reads in a small pot I think I would probably take the conservative route and fold, theres not a lot of hands that beat you, but if he is ahead, hes way ahead. If hes behind and has a flush draw then he's still got a pretty good chance of drawing out, I don't hate calling but I just think since you dont have reads on this guy it's impossible to put him on an accurate range
 
NineLions

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Yuck. Flush draw is possible, 30% chance it might be nothing at all given the overbet and his 60BB stack size. 30% chance flush draw, 25% another J, 5% another 5, by my guess.

The smarter play is probably to fold. It should become pretty obvious within a few more hands what kind of hand he held here based on how he continues to play, and if he is an idiot, hopefully another chance comes your way before someone else takes all his chips.
 
blankoblanco

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i cawl. the guy is obviously a monkey and it's not even a full stack. a 5 rarely plays this fast, not to mention there's few 5s in a raise-calling range, even from a pretty loose guy. he can definitely have a flush draw, and expect to see something retarded like a medium pair or KJ/QJ pretty often

NL: the percentages your guesstimating, suggest a snaaapcall, so why do you then say the smart play is to fold? it's cash, you don't have to "wait for a better spot", you should play the odds as you perceive them.

if he's a maniac giving away chips, he's either a) going to reload and give away more if we bust him here, or if he's only here to throw away $16 then, b) there's like an 80% chance someone else will bust him before we get the chance. thinking we'd be the lucky ones he'll donate to at a later point is a bit optimistic
 
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bw07507

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I ended up calling this one and the guy flipped over 77. He immediately rebought for another 15 dollars, which I promptly took a little later hitting a set on him. One of the stranger plays Ive seen lately.
 
The PoolBoy

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was gonna guess 88 from the all star...bet one of them a heart as well.
 
The PoolBoy

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This guy is chum
 

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