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[NL2-NL10] nl2 6max QQ vs large overbet on turn

    • Arxyn
      Joined: 08.11.2009 Posts: 25
      PokerStars - $0.02 NL (6 max) - Holdem - 5 players
      Hand converted by PokerTracker 4

      SB: 316 BB
      Hero (BB): 272 BB
      UTG: 223 BB
      CO: 155.5 BB
      BTN: 109.5 BB

      SB posts SB 0.5 BB, Hero posts BB 1 BB

      Pre Flop: (pot: $0.03) Hero has Q:diamond: Q:club:

      fold, fold, fold, SB calls 0.5 BB, Hero raises to 4 BB, SB calls 3 BB

      Flop: ($0.16, 2 players) 9:diamond: 5:club: 6:spade:
      SB bets 5 BB, Hero raises to 22 BB, SB calls 17 BB

      Turn: ($1.04, 2 players) K:heart:
      SB bets 100 BB, fold

      SB wins 50 BB

      Villain is 43/13 over 89 hands, he also has an AF of 1.06

      Pre Flop
      SB completes blinds, I have pocket queens so I raise 4BB. Seems pretty standard.

      Post Flop
      Villain bets into pot and I reraise. Board is fairly dry. Might have been overplayed be me here. Not sure, call might have been sufficient.

      Turn card brings a King which isn't fantastic. Villain then makes a huge overbet of 100BB's. Villain seems kind of fishy however his stats seem to make him kind of passive as well. I'm thinking he either had KK-AA pre flop or might of hit a set to call my re raise on flop. I decide to fold.

      Is this too weak by me? Should I be assuming fishy players are bluffing with large overbets in this spot? Any value in going all-in?

      Thank you!
  • 2 replies
    • maheepsangari
      Joined: 08.06.2010 Posts: 2,163
      You didn't re raise the flop. He bet and you raised.

      I like the hand. Nice fold. If he's spazzing out like that often you'll get him next time, if he isn't then he was trying to trap you.
    • kymupa
      Joined: 22.10.2009 Posts: 22,364

      Preflop raising is good and considering the stack sizes you could go for the bigger size - like 5bb in order to get the SPR (stack pot ratio) lower.

      I think raising flop is fine.
      You can get value from a lot of weaker hands.

      I'd just fold the turn without any information.
      No need to risk so much BB's where we could even be drawing dead.