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[NL20-NL50] NL25 6max, AA

    • Anger86
      Joined: 17.08.2008 Posts: 511
      $25.00 No Limit Hold'em - 6 players

      Hero (MP): $27.49 - VPIP: 22, PFR: 19, 3B: 9, AF: 4.3, Hands: 61131
      CO: $38.29 - VPIP: 24, PFR: 18, 3B: 4, AF: 2.1, Hands: 385
      BTN: $45.79 - VPIP: 32, PFR: 24, 3B: 15, AF: 13.5, Hands: 176
      SB: $25.00 - VPIP: 25, PFR: 20, 3B: 12, AF: 2.2, Hands: 56
      BB: $47.29 - VPIP: 19, PFR: 15, 3B: 6, AF: 3.3, Hands: 244
      UTG: $26.05 - VPIP: 37, PFR: 20, 3B: 0, AF: 0.9, Hands: 46

      Pre Flop: ($0.35) Hero is MP with A :spade: A :diamond:
      UTG raises to $0.77, Hero calls $0.77, 4 folds

      Flop: ($1.89) 4 :spade: T :heart: 7 :spade: (2 players)
      UTG bets $1.11, Hero raises to $3.50, UTG calls $2.39

      Turn: ($8.89) 5 :heart: (2 players)
      UTG checks, Hero bets $5.50, UTG raises to $21.78, Hero calls $16.28

      River: ($52.45) 8 :spade: (2 players)

      I looks so strange on the turn, because I expect sets to go broke on the flop. Unless something like 89s, 45s, 75s can play like this. Then maybe also
      he plays draws+pair this way.

      My plan was to stack off on the flop and also on turn.
  • 3 replies
    • duder1n0
      Joined: 07.07.2009 Posts: 5,335
      Why dont you 3bet a fish preflop with AA?
    • Anger86
      Joined: 17.08.2008 Posts: 511
      Originally posted by pcfmcc02
      Why dont you 3bet a fish preflop with AA?
      Ouch, I though it was a 3bet pot.
      Didn't noticed while posting a hand. (Assuming it's a 3bet)

      You are right, it should be a 3bet. Some kind of a leak, I guess or maybe trying to induce something from BU. I don't know.
    • Kaitz20
      Joined: 02.02.2007 Posts: 27,343

      Against UTG it is usually to 3-bet aces, unless they would mostly raise/fold- then slowplay should be fine.

      If you decide to raise flop then you should b/c turn. He would likely shove his overpairs and would also often 3-bet flop with sets.

      Other play would be just call his c-bet and call him down. This way you keep in bluffs and get maximum value his marginal hands that would have just b/f flop

      In 3-bet pot I would always b/c turn, since he has there more often overpairs his c/rai range than sets

      best regards,