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Qaisjamshidi

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Final table down to two players
Hero: JJ
Villan: ??
Preflop
Hero raise to 15BB
Villan: calls
Flop 9s 3c Qh
Villan all in
Hero : fold or call? If call it will cost him 70% of stacks
 
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Depending on your read. In general im folding, because i cant put a lot of hands in his range that would jam here that im ahead of. K10? K9s? A9? A3s? All other hands that call pre and jam here im super behind on. Imho.
 
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You bet 15bb preflop? :D
This is Your first very bad move.

How much You both had in Your stacks?
 
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lol 15 bb xD. If your every raise is 15bb, so it is easy call. Because opponent can steal on any pair.
 
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i had 1.3 mil he had 900k
bb was 10/20k

So your open raise was 33% of your chip stack?

Either standard open to 3bb or open shove all in. With 66% of your stack remaining you are committing yourself. If you think villain will call all in, then open all in. If not then raise the normal size.
 
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Yea no more then 3-5bb pre flop or just hove, I agree with above
 
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Tomioto3095

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if that over raise in the flop, and the call of the villain, probably, if this flop, you can be behind, so probably i would fold
 
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I think is depend how play the villan, and he is tight is posible good to fold but is bluffer I call.
 
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I agree with other commenters that putting one third of your stack in preflop is a bad idea (with the possible exception of a stop and go play, where you go all in on the flop, no matter what cards come). Either raise a normal size or go all in.

I'd generally be calling here because you have a good pair and you already have a large chunk of your chips committed. However, things could change if you know your opponent's tendencies. If he is never (or rarely) going all in on the flop without top pair (queens, in this case) or better, you should fold.
 
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NEVER make open bet for 15BB... This is tragic move.
I can not answer your question, whether it call or fold because it is a meaningless hand.

If You make normal open bet (2-3BB) You would don't have that kind of hard decision (fold or call his all-in).
 
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NEVER make open bet for 15BB... This is tragic move.
I can not answer your question, whether it call or fold because it is a meaningless hand.

If You make normal open bet (2-3BB) You would don't have that kind of hard decision (fold or call his all-in).

Perfect answer! Why put yourself in such hard situation? JJ is quit strong hand especial when two players left. So all-in or fold in describing situation.
Villian had much more hand range in this case to other typical situation when 8+ players left to make 15bb preflop raise
 
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wrong bet preflop..
now you have to call.your opponent could push there with any hand
its a very difficult situation there,but you created it with the 15bb raise
 
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