[NL2-NL10] [NL SH] AK vs aggrofish

    • MoneyStef
      MoneyStef
      Bronze
      Joined: 11.01.2011 Posts: 1,501
      Hi,

      I never know what to do in these spots.

      Villain is (on 75 hands) 53/26, 3bet 3.2. AF2.6, aggr freq about 50% on every street.

      He looks very fishy, so I raise 3.5 bb rather than 3 (it's not much, but still ;) ).

      Postflop, no hit, so what to do?

      Grabbed by Holdem Manager
      NL Holdem $0.10(BB) Replayer
      SB ($9.75)
      BB ($3.47)
      Hero ($12.23)
      BTN ($9.95)

      Dealt to Hero K:spade: A:diamond:

      Hero raises to $0.35, fold, fold, BB calls $0.25

      FLOP ($0.75) J:club: Q:heart: 8:club:

      BB bets $0.10, Hero calls $0.10

      TURN ($0.95) J:club: Q:heart: 8:club: 9:club:

      BB bets $0.60, Hero ???
  • 4 replies
    • Tomaloc
      Tomaloc
      Bronze
      Joined: 17.01.2011 Posts: 6,858
      raise flop, or fold turn

      it's all perfectly fine imho :f_biggrin:
    • veriz
      veriz
      Black
      Joined: 20.07.2008 Posts: 65,504
      Hello MoneyStef,

      Fold the flop or either raise as Tomaloc said, no way you can play it profitable ever by just calling. You don't even make better hands to fold.

      Turn easy fold? :D

      Best Regards.
    • MoneyStef
      MoneyStef
      Bronze
      Joined: 11.01.2011 Posts: 1,501
      Would we ever fold against a 10c bet into a 75c pot with overcards? Pot odds are actually 1 to 8.5, so we are even getting the direct odds for hitting our A/K (although he could have us beat already of course). Could you explain why exactly you would consider folding the flop?

      Thanks
    • veriz
      veriz
      Black
      Joined: 20.07.2008 Posts: 65,504
      Originally posted by MoneyStef
      Would we ever fold against a 10c bet into a 75c pot with overcards? Pot odds are actually 1 to 8.5, so we are even getting the direct odds for hitting our A/K (although he could have us beat already of course). Could you explain why exactly you would consider folding the flop?

      Thanks
      Well, whatever he has he will have decent equity against you. :D You are more often putting yourself into those spots which exactly happened on the turn, you don't know how to play the hand. You wont just know where you stand once you hit and your overcards may be outs for his draws. :)