Flop is all Aces

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PH03N1Xir

Enthusiast
Villian was a loose player with stats around 47/17. I think I need to bet this flop, but what do I do if he pushes? I was just trying to steal the blinds here, but guess I should know better than to try and steal from a loose player like this. As played, are you calling this or just let it go as your stack isn't terrible.

PokerStars No-Limit Hold'em Tourney, Big Blind is t100 (6 handed)
UTG (t3040)
MP (t2415)
CO (t2960)
Button (t960)
Hero (t2325)
BB (t1800)

Preflop: Hero is SB with Kh, Qc.
4 folds, Hero raises to t250, BB calls t150.

Flop: (t550) Ah, As, Ac(2 players)
Hero checks, BB bets t1550 (All-In), Hero ???

Final Pot: t550
 
MemphisGrind

MemphisGrind

Think Bink
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Villian was a loose player with stats around 47/17. I think I need to bet this flop, but what do I do if he pushes? I was just trying to steal the blinds here, but guess I should know better than to try and steal from a loose player like this. As played, are you calling this or just let it go as your stack isn't terrible.

PokerStars No-Limit Hold'em Tourney, Big Blind is t100 (6 handed)
UTG (t3040)
MP (t2415)
CO (t2960)
Button (t960)
Hero (t2325)
BB (t1800)

Preflop: Hero is SB with Kh, Qc.
4 folds, Hero raises to t250, BB calls t150.

Flop: (t550) Ah, As, Ac(2 players)
Hero checks, BB bets t1550 (All-In), Hero ???

Final Pot: t550

As played I am folding.. Villain calls your open they could have a wide range of hands many that beat your hand. Better spots in my opinion.
 
Psyanide14

Psyanide14

Legend
It looks like an obvious bluff. If he had the case ace he would slow play I would think. That said he could easily have a pocket pair which would have you drawing thin.

If you call and lose you would be pretty short. I’d let this go and try to pick a better spot.

Good luck.
 
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3gdata

Rock Star
Looks bluffy but I would fold there just like you did. It's just too expensive to check it out if he's bluffing. Let him take it and wait for a better hand.
 
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johnltakacs

Enthusiast
Loose villain plus big flop does not always mean your ahead...he could have a small pair or a weak ace easily ...unfortunately, loose players get good hands too.
 
Pokericon08

Pokericon08

Rock Star
I hate these types of flops. I find I fool myself into assuming since there are multiple Aces on the board my opponent isn't holding one. Often I am incorrect.
 
TheGiantAsian

TheGiantAsian

Enthusiast
Villain might very well be boated. If he is bluffing let him have it. Not really worth being a hero here
 
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guitaRisGood

Enthusiast
Looks bluffy but I would fold there just like you did. It's just too expensive to check it out if he's bluffing. Let him take it and wait for a better hand.

agreed.... loose players will always give away a nice juicy one
 
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