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TJs against a stationy opponent

    • Gavron23
      Gavron23
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      Poker Stars No Limit Hold'em Tournament - t15.00/t30.00 Blinds - 6 players - View hand 1465601
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      MP: t1704.00 56.80 BBs
      Hero (CO): t1455.00 48.50 BBs
      BTN: t1236.00 41.20 BBs
      SB: t765.00 25.50 BBs
      BB: t2285.00 76.17 BBs
      UTG: t1555.00 51.83 BBs

      Pre Flop: (t45) Hero is CO with T :club: J :club:
      2 folds, Hero raises to t90, BTN calls t90, 2 folds

      Flop: (t225) 8 :spade: Q :spade: A :heart: (2 players)
      Hero bets t120.00, BTN calls t120

      Turn: (t465) K :heart: (2 players)
      Hero bets t270.00, BTN calls t270

      River: (t1005) 3 :spade: (2 players)
      Hero bets t975.00, BTN calls t756 all in

      villain 27/0/1.7 /57 vpip/pfr/af/wts per 48 hands
  • 7 replies
    • Gavron23
      Gavron23
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      Please move this and the below thread in the hand evaluation forum and sorry for the inconvenience!
    • MathhNes
      MathhNes
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      Joined: 24.08.2009 Posts: 953
      bet 2-3 big blinds more on the turn, since there are many combodraws. NH

      There is no way you can c/f this on the river - so just shove it in, super +EV also, then you also avoid a negative freeroll if you know what that means.
    • Maniatrix
      Maniatrix
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      Negative freeroll would be if opp had J :heart: T :heart: or J :spade: T :spade: on turn... On the river that makes no sense.
    • ihufa
      ihufa
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      Joined: 18.03.2008 Posts: 3,323
      point is ur never checkfolding river so u might aswell be the one shoving so he can call with his flushes And his pairs instead of checking back the pairs. I think it goes like this...

      jam>c/fold>c/call
    • Gavron23
      Gavron23
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      Originally posted by Maniatrix
      Negative freeroll would be if opp had J :heart: T :heart: or J :spade: T :spade: on turn... On the river that makes no sense.
      No negative freeroll on the river means that I am calling if I check and he pushes anyway, but there are some hands that he might check behind, which would maybe call my push(like two pair for example).
    • Gavron23
      Gavron23
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      Originally posted by Gavron23
      Originally posted by Maniatrix
      Negative freeroll would be if opp had J :heart: T :heart: or J :spade: T :spade: on turn... On the river that makes no sense.
      No negative freeroll on the river means that I am calling if I check and he pushes anyway, but there are some hands that he might check behind, which would maybe call my push(like two pair for example).
      Edit: I first wrote this, and the saw your second response.
    • Maniatrix
      Maniatrix
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      You are prob right about that, though it depends on opp. If he is unable to check his air behind and thinks "HE CHECK, HE BE WEAK, I JAM!!!", a bluff induce would be an option.