In this situation, is Call or Raise?

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raise, since you have a ladder and you have almost won the hand, you might be waiting for a card for a major or color ladder, so the best option would be to make those who do not have a good hand withdraw from the game
 
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If you were betting earlier then probably would bet but mostly i would call and most likelly fold after that.
 
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If u were the agressor, you should raise, if not? whats the read on your opponents?
slow roll for the river to place a C bet it's not the best option.
 
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in this situation the pre flop is very important as the flop was played and if the hand was unrolled by you as an aggressor the raise I think it is good although you will hardly call in this situation sometimes a flush with a pair would call although you do not have the nust ai would raise to pay the allin of somebody then logically I think it's just the call to extract value from the two people and raise them to know where you are stepping and if any one from among allin hugs in them
 
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It would increase the value of the smallest player in the hand, which would be around 360. Board has many possibilities.
 
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Since I only have 2 opponents, I would risk it.
 
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I think that you need to protect your hand from the flush draw of the opponent - to put the raise in the size of the pot. You need to make your opponent to either fold his hand or pay a lot for the next a round of betting.
 
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there is a risk of someone having eight and ten and someone waiting for flash my opinion is call
 
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there is a risk of someone having eight and ten and someone waiting for flash my opinion is call

It's easier, someone has an 8 in their hand.
Than the Flush
But if it were me depending on the value of the bet I would go.
 
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I'd better call, not to scare the opponents and be safe
 
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A raise would be better able to isolate one opponent with the wood...
 
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Get it in

it's a freeroll 9/10 your ahead if he has the 8-10 so be it
small stacks calling you're all in anyway and possibly the BB if he has a flush draw,
this is freeroll territory.

if you lose the hand go put it in a poker hand anaylzer and see what % chance they had
ask yourself when you called 3-5 what were you hoping for?

A-2-4 flop? would you be worried about the 3-6? ship it
 
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it depends on the situation how the game developed before that
 
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in this situation the pre flop is very important as the flop was played and if the hand was unrolled by you as an aggressor the raise I think it is good although you will hardly call in this situation sometimes a flush with a pair would call although you do not have the nust ai would raise to pay the allin of somebody then logically I think it's just the call to extract value from the two people and raise them to know where you are stepping and if any one from among allin hugs in them


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Samuel Kollapso

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It depends on the previous situation, but I would probably raise.
 
Oliver Wayne

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You should Raise in this situation.
You have a great chances of winning.
 
Anatoliy Tolik

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I would have made a call, would have looked at the river and decided there, because the street might be higher
 
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Raise 65%. This probably will eliminate one opponent of the two. Continue to expect the unexpected on the river.
 
Douglas Gonzaga

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I would increase to try to eliminate the villains
 
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Raise now - they will call with a flush/straight draw, do not let them draw to beat you without paying.

If their draws miss they will have a hard time calling you, so get the chips in while they will call and protect your hand at the same time (maybe not so much here since everyone is short-stacked but this is a good lesson for draw-heavy boards).

I'm thinking you probably made a mistake if you called a bet on the flop lol - nh! :D
 
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I would raise. Unless the villain has 8T it's unlikely he will continue. Especially in tournaments, I never want to give my opponent a chance to hit a draw cheaply unless I know I have them crushed. I like this spot but I'm definitely trying to end the hand asap.
 
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