# [NL2-NL10] set OOP

• Bronze
Joined: 24.12.2007
no hud, speed,
villain is reg, no history though, seems standard.

Grabbed by Holdem Manager
NL Holdem \$0.10(BB) Replayer
SB (\$11.42)
Hero (\$13.49)
UTG (\$14.48)
UTG+1 (\$16.10)
CO (\$10.93)
BTN (\$9.95)

Dealt to Hero 7 7

fold, UTG+1 raises to \$0.30, fold, fold, fold, Hero calls \$0.20

FLOP (\$0.65) 7 Q J

Hero bets \$0.41, UTG+1 calls \$0.41

TURN (\$1.47) 7 Q J T

Hero bets \$1.15, UTG+1 calls \$1.15

RIVER (\$3.77) 7 Q J T 3

Hero bets \$2.82, UTG+1 calls \$2.82

Hero shows 7 7
(Pre 54%, Flop 94.8%, Turn 81.8%)

UTG+1 shows J K
(Pre 46%, Flop 5.2%, Turn 18.2%)

Hero wins \$8.79

I go for smaller donk on flop since bigger could look suspicious and I just want to check whether he has sth.

Turn gets uglier but before betting I decided to go for bet turn bet/fold river. He takes time here and I was wondering whether he's slowplaying me or he still has some SD with pair KQ, KT, AQ. I'm not so sure he goes broke with 2 pair here? Is betting/going broke ok line here for 100bb? Since we're 130bb deep I think he shows us better hand many times if he shoves over us.

On the river I was thinking to make smaller bet or to go for max value.

• 2 replies
• Basic
Joined: 12.05.2010
Hi Yax,

Preflop: looks fine

Postflop: Why do we donk the flop on a board where we can expect a regular to cbet a fair amount of the time?

We can/should go for a small check raise for max value against unknown reg.

As played your bet sizings are fine but can be increased slightly for max value versus Qx/overpairs and some Jx.
• Bronze
Joined: 24.12.2007
Originally posted by BogdanPS
Hi Yax,

Preflop: looks fine

Postflop: Why do we donk the flop on a board where we can expect a regular to cbet a fair amount of the time?

We can/should go for a small check raise for max value against unknown reg.
C/r are super strong and this flop is not so connected so I was thinking he would rather just call me or make some moves since donking is not so frequent.

How much would you c/r if he cbets 40c? To \$1,15? To me this seems strong.