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bronze charts

    • strauss1970
      Joined: 14.04.2011 Posts: 11
      hi everyone,

      in the bronze charts it is not clear what to do if i am first in with a raise, then someone 3bets. It tells me to 4 bet with AA,KK,QQ,AKs,AKo but what do i do if i have JJ. Do i follow the basic charts in this situation(this tells me to call any cards i have entered the hand with.)
      Just seems strange that you are a bit more loose using the bronze charts but these charts dont tell me what to do.
      I hope this is not a dumb question.
      Thanks Mark
  • 2 replies
    • PeterCross
      Joined: 13.04.2011 Posts: 19
      Hi Mark,

      As far as I can tell, the bronze charts give you more options but if they don't say anything then you fall back on the basic guidelines.

      In the position, you describe, I think that the correct strategy according to the charts is to call the 3-bet but hopefully an expert will be along shortly to confirm this!!

      All the best.
    • Dawnfall26
      Joined: 30.07.2008 Posts: 3,116

      Well you never fold ANY hand to 1 more raise after you already raise preflop.You most dont fold even to 2 more raises. In both cases pot odds are just too great to fold anything. So yea...if chart mentiones nothing then its means to call.