Nl$100, FR, AA 3-bet pot, is this spew ?

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3-Bet was very light, villian was raising liberally and folding to resistance just as liberally. Playing on my laptop so no stats, assume villian is a decent reg.

Like checking the turn, calling the river better ?

pokerstars Game #15407878133: Hold'em No Limit ($0.50/$1.00) - 2008/02/19 - 20:04:17 (ET)
Table 'Nolli' 9-max Seat #5 is the button
Seat 1: real rainman ($53.10 in chips)
Seat 2: holdemhux ($147.85 in chips)
Seat 4: tenbob ($119.50 in chips)
Seat 5: sideout29 ($116.20 in chips)
Seat 6: dapperdand ($124.95 in chips)
Seat 7: 1712 ($19 in chips)
Seat 8: fakker11 ($121 in chips)
Seat 9: sriverfx19 ($97 in chips)
dapperdand: posts small blind $0.50
1712: posts big blind $1
*** HOLE CARDS ***
Dealt to tenbob [As Ah]
fakker11: folds
sriverfx19: folds
real rainman: folds
holdemhux: raises $3 to $4
tenbob: raises $9 to $13
sideout29: folds
dapperdand: folds
1712: folds
holdemhux: calls $9
*** FLOP *** [Kc 9d 9c]
holdemhux: checks
tenbob: bets $21
holdemhux: calls $21
*** TURN *** [Kc 9d 9c] [2d]
holdemhux: checks
tenbob: bets $61
holdemhux: raises $52.85 to $113.85 and is all-in
tenbob: calls $24.50 and is all-in
 
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I like that you got it all in on the turn. There is two different flush draws out there no reason to give him a free card to suck out, he could easily have AK of diamonds or something like that. Either that or he has kings and you're completely screwed.
 
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I have no problem getting AI on that turn.
 
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Looks ok to me.. especially to someone playing that way. That $61 on the turn from you is essentially an all in since there is no way you are folding to his shove if he makes it (which he did). I agree you gotta play it aggressively with the draws and he could easily have AK.

I would also think KK would reraise you pre.

You are gonna tell us he flipped K9o aren't you?
 
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Looks fine as played. Maybe a bit bigger 3bet but I understand not wanting to scare him away. A SPR of 3.8 is low enough to commit with an overpair of Aces. If he has a 9 I hope you gave him hell. If he has K9 I hope you got his address and are wearing his skin right now.
 
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The hand plays itself out. If he took a flyer with 10-9 suited ... well, nice flop for him. The money is fairly deep here so he could very well have the 9 in his hand but at these stakes and without reads I'd bet the turn and hope he has KQ, KJ, AK, maybe even QQ or JJ.
 
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3-Bet was very light

What's meant by this? That you were 3-betting him light in previous hands?

I think ignoring the preflop metagame, if this were a reg I think we should be checking the turn. He's basically on a JJ+/AK range and that range doesn't put too many chips in on that flop with JJ-QQ, so we basically want to play it wa/wb. The flush draw doesn't really come into play too often imo as he's very rarely calling a 3-bet with AQ OOP, so protecting isn't an issue - pot control is.

EDIT: bah, saw the stack sizes and he could be in there with much worse hands...I'm not sure I can get away from this.

With the table dynamics it could get interesting. If you've been 3-betting him a whole lot then I like playing for stacks postflop since he'll be in there with a lot worse hands.
 
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What's meant by this? That you were 3-betting him light in previous hands?

I think ignoring the preflop metagame, if this were a reg I think we should be checking the turn. He's basically on a JJ+/AK range and that range doesn't put too many chips in on that flop with JJ-QQ, so we basically want to play it wa/wb. The flush draw doesn't really come into play too often imo as he's very rarely calling a 3-bet with AQ OOP, so protecting isn't an issue - pot control is.

EDIT: bah, saw the stack sizes and he could be in there with much worse hands...I'm not sure I can get away from this.

With the table dynamics it could get interesting. If you've been 3-betting him a whole lot then I like playing for stacks postflop since he'll be in there with a lot worse hands.


Yep, id been on a bit run on this table, managed to just lose a decent pot though. Every time he raised I seemed to have AK/QQ/JJ and 3 bet him. I figured that to do it again Id need to be very strong.

As soon as I bet that turn I figured I could have gotten to showdown much more cheaply if i checked that turn and called the river. I dont think the way i played it was too spewey thinking a bit about this hand more today.

He had KK.
 
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People who call 3 bets with AA/KK and hit sets on the flop should be shot at dawn for being such sneaky, perverse human beings, imo :D.
 
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