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Old 06-22-2009, 09:43 AM
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Default NL100: missed AK in 3bet pot

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Button ($75.50)
Hero (SB) ($100)

Preflop: Hero is SB with K, A
Button bets $4, Hero raises to $12, Button calls $8

Flop: ($24) 9, 7, 2 (2 players)
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Do we just c/f this or are there any merits in betting with the intention of shoving a lot of turns? I think he has to fold a lot of missed Ax, broadway type hands and I can get him off weaker pairs on the turn if the right card peels off. I'm not sure what to do if the turn is a spade <J though.

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Old 06-22-2009, 10:02 AM
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This is very difficult to grasp as the conversion is messed up. Try using Poker Hand History HH Converter: Full Tilt Poker,PokerStars,PartyPoker or load the HH into the built in replayer here. I can't even tell what position you are in.
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Old 06-25-2009, 02:22 PM
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Do we just c/f this or are there any merits in betting with the intention of shoving a lot of turns? I think he has to fold a lot of missed Ax, broadway type hands and I can get him off weaker pairs on the turn if the right card peels off. I'm not sure what to do if the turn is a spade <J though.
We aren't getting any PPs to fold (to cbet) on that board and we might get bluffed of the best hand if we cbet. If you decide to cbet, you should consider shoving at least some turns.

But keep in mind that usually players are in ultra-callingstation mode in the beginning of the match... So I don't think barreling is too good. If you had played longer and you had somewhat tight image (or villain was playing weak), it would be better.

I'd like just checking, if he has worse A high, you're very likely to get a free showdown. At least that is my general assumption against unknown.
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Against an unknown that bought in for an odd amount I'd just c/f this flop... it's about as bad as you can get for AK.
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