AA vs. Q6o

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surferdude

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If I looked at this correctly I was giving him correct odds to call along the way. Am I correct? What are possible plays to protect hand better if any? Looking for ideas.

Stacks:
- BTN with 995 - SB with 1060 - BB with 15399 - UTG with 5535 - UTG+2 with 3921 - UTG+3 with 7820 - UTG+4 with 5169

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Site: full tilt poker
Holecards:
* - UTG (Hero) is dealt
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(Sklansky group 1)
Preflop:
* - UTG raises to 300
* - UTG+2 calls [300]
* - UTG+3: what was that all in for???
* - BB calls [200]
* - Folds: 5
* - Potsize: 950
Flop:
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* - BB checks
* - UTG bets [800]
* - BB has 15 seconds left to act
* - BB calls [800]
* - Folds: 1
* - Potsize: 2550
Turn:
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* - BB checks
* - UTG bets [1,600]
* - BB has 15 seconds left to act
* - BB raises to 3,200
* - UTG raises to 4,435, and is all in
* - BB calls [1,235]
* - UTG
shows :
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* - BB
shows :
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* - Potsize: 11420
River:
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* - UTG
shows a pair of Aces
* - BB shows two pair, Queens and Sixes
* - BB wins the pot (11,420) with two pair, Queens and Sixes

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OzExorcist

OzExorcist

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Your flop bet should actually have given incorrect odds for a straight draw to call.

Any reads on villain?
 
t1riel

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The villan had an open ended straight draw and it didn't cost much to see another card. Bet more after the flop, especially when there is a possible straight draw. Also, he/she has the chips to chase since the villian is the chipleader.
 
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surferdude

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I had no reply on the villain as i just got moved within the last few hands (not sure how many off top my head will have to look at my hand history).
 
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