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# [NL2-NL10] NL10 QQ turn shove

• Bronze
Joined: 22.10.2009
Grabbed by Holdem Manager
NL Holdem \$0.10(BB) Replayer
Hero (\$10.26)
BB (\$4.93)
UTG (\$8.57)
UTG+1 (\$6.10)
CO (\$23.56)
BTN (\$9.88)

Dealt to Hero Q Q

fold, fold, fold, BTN raises to \$0.35, Hero raises to \$1.20, fold, BTN calls \$0.85

FLOP (\$2.50) 5 3 4

Hero bets \$1.50, BTN calls \$1.50

TURN (\$5.50) 5 3 4 J

Hero bets \$2.50, BTN raises to \$7.18 (AI), Hero calls \$4.68

RIVER (\$19.86) 5 3 4 J T

vpip: 100, pfr: 100, af: 3.0, 5 hands
• 3 replies
• Bronze
Joined: 27.05.2010
Beluga theorem states that when someone calls flop raises turn they have a very strong hand. He has either an overpair stronger than yours, a set, or two pair here almost all of the time so it's best to give it up.
• Bronze
Joined: 27.05.2005
Bet/call turn for value .
This can be anything from a set, KK+ down to TT-66, AK, AJ etc.
• Black
Joined: 20.07.2008
Hello nktns,

Against such an opponent who has 100/100 even for 5 hands, I wouldn't lay my hand down, he can easily do there such moves with pretty wide range, made an example for you:

Equity Win Tie Loss Hand
Player 1: 37,400% 36,851% 1,099% 62,050% 33+, AJs+, AJo+
Player 2: 62,600% 62,050% 1,099% 36,851% QQ

So therefore Bet/Call is my line here, against some regular we even could consider Bet/Fold, since he often could take such line with OPs or something similar and even there we would have hard time.

Best regards.