AKs facing strange action...

jaketrevvor

jaketrevvor

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This is the hand I have at the moment in an email poker tournament I'm in and I'm completely at a loss how to play it:

I'm holding AcKc, stacks are all on 20k (starting stack) +-500 and the 2 villains have played surprisingly non-weirdly before this hand but only a few hands in so cannot say much.

11/04/07 19:16 ! Dealing a new hand
11/04/07 19:16 ! No ante
11/04/07 19:16 ! Niles Alexanderovitch blinds $50
11/04/07 19:16 ! Spier blinds $100
11/04/07 21:28 ! David Low folds
11/04/07 21:40 ! casret calls
11/05/07 04:41 ! Suicide King folds
11/05/07 05:03 ! tekbot folds
11/05/07 07:12 ! Rob Cook calls
11/05/07 10:54 ! Jake Trevvor raises $600
11/05/07 11:25 ! kg_bettor folds
11/06/07 07:17 ! Niles Alexanderovitch calls
11/06/07 07:51 ! Spier folds
11/06/07 10:17 ! casret folds
11/06/07 10:17 ! Rob Cook calls
11/06/07 10:17 ! Pot right ($2300), flopping/dealing/drawing cards
11/06/07 10:17 ! 3 players
11/06/07 10:17 ! Flopped cards: Kd Jc Qd
11/06/07 10:33 ! Niles Alexanderovitch bets $1300
11/06/07 19:13 ! Rob Cook calls
Jake Trevvor ???

I just have no idea what hands to put Niles and Rob Cook on - especially Rob Cook that he would limp and then call a massive raise PF and then just call a bet on such a ridiculously dangerous flop; AdJd? Pocket Ts? Niles is slightly easier but again a confusing cold call PF. He could easily have KQ, AT or even KJ/QJ or even pocket Ts, and of course could be betting the nut flush draw.

What the hell do I do on this ridiculous board!?? :confused::confused::confused:
 
Emperor IX

Emperor IX

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Someones playing twenty and up, I fold here and wait for a better spot. niles has bet straight into the preflop raiser and Cook is calling, probably well aware you're behind him. it's still really really early in the tournament and you're bound to get more good hands (coupled with better flops) so it's probably worth dropping. Hopefully it makes it to showdown so you get an idea of how they play.
 
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blhfinfan99

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That is a pretty sticky situation. I think I'd probably fold it and look for a better spot to get my money in.
 
jaketrevvor

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Well i did fold and here's what happened:

11/07/07 08:04:18! Turn card: Jh
! 11/07/07 08:40:18! Niles Alexanderovitch bets $5000
! 11/07/07 11:50:23! Rob Cook raises $5000
! 11/07/07 13:42:35! Niles Alexanderovitch raises $7200 and is all in
! 11/07/07 13:50:58! Rob Cook calls and is all in

! 11/07/07 13:50:58! Pot right ($40600), flopping/dealing/drawing cards
! 11/07/07 13:50:58! 2 players, 2 all in
! 11/07/07 13:50:58! River card: 2h
! Hand over, current board is: Kd Jc Qd Jh 2h
! Rob Cook has: As Js
! Niles Alexanderovitch has: 10s 9s
! Niles Alexanderovitch wins $40600 (net $21400) with Straight (K Q J 10 9)

Good fold I guess. I still have no idea what Rob Cook was in this pot with AJ :)eek:) but nevermind..

jt
 
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