Two pair vs?

ajrobin

ajrobin

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This happened in a free roll i was in earlier. The guy in question was playing quite loose hands and calling a lot of flops. So what would you do?

full tilt poker Game #5739417443: $100 United Kingdom Freeroll (43588063), Table 43 - 20/40 - No Limit Hold'em - 15:55:54 ET - 2008/03/22

Icharvey sits down
Icharvey adds 2,730
Seat 1: ajrobinson (1,805)
Seat 3: klennons (1,395), is sitting out
Seat 4: danniejohnson (1,930)
Seat 5: RickHope (4,660)
Seat 6: bigsis01 (5,825)
Seat 7: flava115 (8,165)
Seat 9: baggins_leics (1,620)
klennons posts the big blind of 40
The button is in seat #1


*** HOLE CARDS ***
Dealt to ajrobinson [Kc 7d]
danniejohnson folds
flava115: nh
RickHope calls 40
bigsis01 folds
flava115 folds
goul sits down
goul adds 1,470
baggins_leics has 15 seconds left to act
baggins_leics is sitting out
baggins_leics has timed out
baggins_leics folds
ajrobinson calls 40
klennons checks


*** FLOP *** [Kh 9d 8h]
klennons checks
RickHope bets 40
ajrobinson calls 40
klennons folds


*** TURN *** [Kh 9d 8h] [7c]
RickHope bets 40
ajrobinson raises to 320
RickHope calls 280


*** RIVER *** [Kh 9d 8h 7c] [6s]
RickHope bets 40
ajrobinson has 15 seconds left to act
ajrobinson raises to 360
RickHope raises to 4,260, and is all in
ajrobinson has 15 seconds left to act
ajrobinson has requested TIME

*** SUMMARY ***
Board: [Kh 9d 8h 7c 6s]

Scared of the straight or think he's pushing his luck? Ill post what i did later
 
jaymfc

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both ! you got a big chunk of change in there but only 11 or 1200 left if you fold , he has you covered and thinks he can get you off kings with that board . he may have k6 or a pp but he may have A10 A5 .

can't tell you what you should do but I can tell you what a pssy like me would do . :) fold .
 
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dont understand why you raised the river with 4 to a straight there, jsut flat call there always, unless you have an awsome read putting villain on a specific hand you beat.

You have to fold now, this is very very very rarely a bluff in this situation. It isnt a bluff enough for it to be profitable to call in the long run
 
ajrobin

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Yea i understand what you mean by the raise on the river. My thinking was that he'd put in such a small bet he might be scared of the straight or be forced of a winning hand if he had a 5, evidently not.

Eitherway i folded the hand, but doubled up next hand with KK so alls well.
 
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