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[NL2-NL10] NL10-77 push after reraise

    • dallievas
      Joined: 30.11.2007 Posts: 822
      NL Texas Hold`em 0.05/0.1.full ring.
      Chip stacks:
      UTG:4.15$ ;UTG+1:6.28$;UTG+2:11.55$; MP1:8.45$;MP2: 11.85$;
      MP3:4.35$;CO:2.40$ ;Hero(Button):1.66$ ;SB: 2.19$;BB: 9.45$.
      Preflop: (10 players) Hero is button with 7 :spade: 7 :club:
      7 folds,Hero raises 0.4$,SB folds, BB raises 1.2$,Hero calls 0,9$.

      Flop: J :diamond: Q :heart: 3 :club:( t 2.55$, 2 players)
      BB bets t 0.4$, Hero call all in 0.36$.

      Turn: J :club: (t3.31$,2 players)

      River: J :spade: (t3.31$, 2 players)

      Final pot: t 3.31$
      Hero showed 7 :spade: 7 :club:
      BB showed 3 :heart: :spade: 3 :club:
      This time was lucky,but it was mistake to call reraise preflop,I was pot commited should push directly preflop? or fold under which circumstances?
      I`m not very confident with pushing 77-TT after being reraised even my remaining stack allows me to do it.Maybe it`s childish rookie`s disease-we have one true love-pocket aces. :D :heart: :heart: I have no poker tracker, what is more advanced players winning stats with these hands and in these type situations? After reading our forum seems a few have similar problems with these hands.Thanks. :)
  • 3 replies
    • Gremlin68
      Joined: 18.08.2006 Posts: 345
      Having a raise : stack ratio of a bit more than 3:1 you can fold your 77, having 1,26$ left, enough to wait for a better spot.

      Playing against a loose player I personally would think about pushing, but against unknown a laydown is fine imo.

      Calling is absolutely no option, because it does not make any sense. Your giving your aggressive opponent the flop cards, even IP what to do with yr 0,36 left?

      So definitely fold or push against the reraise.

      If you like to play yr small middle pp aggressively it's also possible to make yr first bet a little bit higher e.g. 5BB which could mean that yr raise : stack ratio tends to pushing, but even not feeling sure with small/middle pocket pairs I would only stick to the standard strategy

      But please noooooo call!!!! ;)
    • dallievas
      Joined: 30.11.2007 Posts: 822
      thanks ,I think I`ll have to delete call option from my SSS. :)
      Another interesting Gremlin68 posts on akin topic (99 after reraise):
      NL25 SSS: 99 from MP
    • xylere
      Joined: 27.05.2007 Posts: 2,939
      push or fold, which means fold against unknown