$11 tourney, JJ overpair to board.

SeanyJ

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Villain is at 32.3/12.9/inf 31 hands and I'll be honest I haven't been paying much attention so far because I was down to the final 3 in a $10, 18 player Sit & Go.

I have been at 22.9/14.3/7 over only 35 hands at the table, trying to play a little more hands than I usually do.


pokerstars Game #15154582673: Tournament #76072701, $10+$1 Hold'em No Limit - Level III (25/50) - 2008/02/08 - 19:34:06 (ET)
Table '76072701 306' 9-max Seat #7 is the button
Seat 1: stoliguy (5285 in chips)
Seat 2: Vanou971 (3015 in chips)
Seat 3: screechee (5355 in chips)
Seat 4: HCJH1986 (3210 in chips)
Seat 5: td3615 (3210 in chips)
Seat 6: pdjd20 (2810 in chips)
Seat 7: SeanyJ24 (3200 in chips)
Seat 8: mrfunch (2780 in chips)
Seat 9: scorp7 (3170 in chips)
mrfunch: posts small blind 25
scorp7: posts big blind 50
*** HOLE CARDS ***
Dealt to SeanyJ24 [Jd Jc]
stoliguy: folds
Vanou971: folds
screechee: calls 50
HCJH1986: folds
td3615: folds
pdjd20: calls 50
SeanyJ24: raises 200 to 250
mrfunch: folds
scorp7: folds
screechee: folds
pdjd20: calls 200
*** FLOP *** [3c 7c 5s]
pdjd20: bets 400
SeanyJ24: ...

Pre flop I think is pretty standard but let me know if you would've done anything different, what's a good line to take here?
 
ChuckTs

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With his aggression level I think it's fine to stack this flop. Plenty of combo draws/overs+draw/smaller pairs that you're ahead of. I'm not sure I can let this go against this type of guy, especially considering we've been aggressive too.

I go ahead and pop it up to like 1300.
 
Irexes

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I shove usually on the basis that I'm certainly reraising and then not getting away from it due to being committed. Even if I'm ahead it's no disaster with a decent stack to take the pot here.

His range contains a lot of 88,99,TT and AK, AQ as well as the AcXc and other draws. Very few bet the set like that (though it's possible) and some will of course have QQ+.

As Chuck says, you won't lose in the long run getting all your chips in here.


(this is very different late in a tourney or deeper stacked where I wouldn't be looking to get all in for stacks here with JJ on an undercard flop)
 
KingCurtis

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reraise dont smooth call if he pushes consider him(if you know him like how he plays)if you think he has a small pair i mean maybe fold it but that spretty hard for any player....but he did limp and you raised usuall an a big pair would reraise..so you probably have him and a limp than call is scary on that flop because i know a lot who limp with pocket 9s or lower
 
SeanyJ

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Ok I guess that was easy :p

*** FLOP *** [3c 7c 5s]
pdjd20: bets 400
SeanyJ24: raises 800 to 1200
pdjd20: calls 800
*** TURN *** [3c 7c 5s] [6h]
pdjd20: bets 1360 and is all-in
SeanyJ24: ...

Obviously the 6 isn't the greatest for, if somehow the guy was hanging around with a 4 he just hit his straight but would a 4 really still be in the hand now? Unless he had pocket 4s I don't think so. I think this is probably a really easy decision but I never like being in these kind of spots.
 
ChuckTs

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We're too pot-committed, we have to call. This smells heavily of TT-88 to me.
 
iMaGiN.

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He either has a 8-10 pocket pair. You gotta call as you've been aggressive and pot committed.

Even if he did have pocket 4s, I don't see any person being that aggressive that whole time so deff. wouldn't worry about the straight. Though...he may have got Kings or Bullets.
 
SeanyJ

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*** TURN *** [3c 7c 5s] [6h]
pdjd20: bets 1360 and is all-in
SeanyJ24: calls 1360
*** RIVER *** [3c 7c 5s 6h] [Js]
*** SHOW DOWN ***
pdjd20: shows [As 6s] (a pair of Sixes)
SeanyJ24: shows [Jd Jc] (three of a kind, Jacks)
SeanyJ24 collected 5745 from pot
*** SUMMARY ***
Total pot 5745 | Rake 0
Board [3c 7c 5s 6h Js]
Seat 1: stoliguy folded before Flop (didn't bet)
Seat 2: Vanou971 folded before Flop (didn't bet)
Seat 3: screechee folded before Flop
Seat 4: HCJH1986 folded before Flop (didn't bet)
Seat 5: td3615 folded before Flop (didn't bet)
Seat 6: pdjd20 showed [As 6s] and lost with a pair of Sixes
Seat 7: SeanyJ24 (button) showed [Jd Jc] and won (5745) with three of a kind, Jacks
Seat 8: mrfunch (small blind) folded before Flop
Seat 9: scorp7 (big blind) folded before Flop

This guy is clearly insane, calling a re raise pre flop with A6, calling the re raise on the flop with a gut shot then shoving when he hits his 6. I guess he didn't believe that I had a real hand. :p
 
FinK22

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This guy is clearly insane, calling a re raise pre flop with A6, calling the re raise on the flop with a gut shot then shoving when he hits his 6. I guess he didn't believe that I had a real hand. :p
Clearly insane? Isn't this hand you've shown the "industry standard" for online poker players? Only reason you are smiling is because he hit the 6 instead of the 4 ;) hehehehehe
 
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