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[NL20-NL50] nl50 SH - Rush - TJs oop facing ch/R on flp

    • Tim64
      Joined: 02.11.2008 Posts: 8,029
      Grabbed by Holdem Manager
      NL Holdem $0.50(BB) Replayer
      SB ($64.70)
      BB ($50)
      UTG ($154)
      Hero ($100)
      CO ($89)
      BTN ($59.15)

      Dealt to Hero T:spade: J:spade:

      fold, Hero raises to $1.75, CO calls $1.75, fold, fold, fold

      FLOP ($4.25) T:club: 7:heart: 8:spade:

      Hero bets $2.50, CO raises to $6.75, Hero calls $4.25

      TURN ($17.75) T:club: 7:heart: 8:spade: 5:spade:

      Hero checks, CO bets $12, Hero calls $12

      RIVER ($41.75) T:club: 7:heart: 8:spade: 5:spade: 2:spade:

      Hero checks, CO bets $25.25, Hero raises to $79.50 (AI), CO calls $43.25 (AI)

      villain is 21/17/4 wtsd 15, 333 hands, raise cb (2/13)

      I don't really like to fold top pair+g/shot to small ch/R on flop if villain is ever doing this with draws or over cards as well as his two-pairs and sets. is that reasonable, or should we just fold for an easy life?

      On turn we pick up a flush draw so I think we have a clear call given big stack sizes, our equity and implied odds.

      On River, should we always check this to try to maximise our profit? I get nervous that villain may check behind, so we could donk, but if we bet our hand is quite face up and he will mostly just call his monsters?

      So, mainly looking for your comments on flop and River, please. I am thinking that because it was a backdoor flush that hit, villain is more likely to bet than if there was a flush draw on the flop. If the flush draw was on the flop, would this be a reason for donking the River?

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