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[NL20-NL50] NL 25 76s 3bet pot IP

    • jozata
      jozata
      Bronze
      Joined: 30.07.2008 Posts: 646
      Hand converted with online PokerStrategy.com hand converter:

      Play hand

      $0.1/$0.25 No-Limit Hold'em (6 handed)

      Known players:
      BU (Hero):
      $24.20
      SB:
      $25.00
      BB:
      $28.00
      MP2:
      $27.42
      MP3:
      $25.35
      CO:
      $22.31


      Preflop: Hero is BU with 7, 6.
      2 folds, CO raises to $0.75, Hero raises to $2.25, 2 folds, CO calls $1.50.

      Flop: ($4.85) T, 3, 8 (2 players)
      CO checks, Hero bets $2.50, CO raises to $6.25, Hero calls $3.75.

      Turn: ($17.35) 8 (2 players)
      CO bets $13.81, Hero folds, CO gets uncalled bet back.

      Final Pot: $17.35.

      Villain-unknown.Do I have a shove over his flop raise?Turn fold seems fine I guess since I need 32% equity and vs TP I have only 27%.
  • 2 replies
    • Gabinr1
      Gabinr1
      Bronze
      Joined: 05.04.2009 Posts: 7,755
      Hey jozata.

      Villain is not fullstacked, that means there's a big chance that he is a fish. So a 3bet there doesn't make sense when you know he might call.

      Big suited connectors work well ip on single raised pots, not so well in 3bet pots - because they have great playability postflop which you restrict by 3betting.


      I would just call ip preflop and go from the flop.

      As played, I would check behind the flop (free card) and call a bet on the turn if the odds are good. If villain checks both flop and turn, I would cbet turn.

      I don't think you have a shove over his flop raise, you'll be against sets too often. And does he fold overpair there? (JJ,QQ) He doesn't imo.
    • Kaitz20
      Kaitz20
      Bronze
      Joined: 02.02.2007 Posts: 27,343
      you can really never b/f gutshot straight flushdraw, since you always have that spot fold equity and against Tx hand you´re flipping:

      board: Th8h3c
      Hand Equity Wins Ties
      AsTs 51.72% 512 0
      7h6h 48.28% 478 0

      So better get all-in on the flop where your equity is the highest
      once board pairs you likely have to fold, since now you can be drawing dead