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[NL2-NL10] AQr

    • radiatorsft
      radiatorsft
      Bronze
      Joined: 21.10.2009 Posts: 17
      $0.02 NL - Holdem - 8 players

      UTG+1: $1.13
      MP: $0.80
      MP+1: $0.05
      CO: $0.77
      BTN: $1.97
      SB: $1.13
      BB: $1.01
      Hero (UTG): $2.14

      SB posts SB $0.01, BB posts BB $0.02

      Pre Flop: ($0.03) Hero has Q:diamond: A:spade:

      Hero raises to $0.08, fold, fold, fold, fold, fold, SB calls $0.07, BB calls $0.06

      Flop: ($0.24, 3 players) 6:diamond: 2:spade: A:heart:
      SB bets $0.16, fold, Hero raises to $0.32, SB calls $0.16

      Turn: ($0.88, 2 players) T:diamond:
      SB bets $0.26, Hero raises to $1.62, SB calls $0.47 and is all-in

      River: ($2.34, 2 players) 7:diamond:

      SB shows A:club: T:heart: (Two Pair, Aces and Tens) (Pre 27%, Flop 14%, Turn 93%)
      Hero shows Q:diamond: A:spade: (One Pair, Aces) (Pre 73%, Flop 86%, Turn 7%)
      SB wins $2.26

      SB
      VP$IP - 19
      PFR - 11
      AgrFreq - 17
      Hands - 27
      PF 3bet - 0

      1)Is raise on flop ok?
      2)Is the raise on turn good?
  • 3 replies
    • mbml
      mbml
      Black
      Joined: 27.11.2008 Posts: 20,779
      Hi.

      Preflop: Standard

      Flop: In general I usually call here vs most players, especially if the Flop is dry. However given that SB seems like a really bad player who would defend a really wide range from the blinds, I think he could have almost any AX here. I never expect him to fold any AX here to a raise, I don't expect him to bet the Flop with less than an Ace (the lack of draws on the Flop mean that he cannot be semibluffing), and I think he stacks off here with more hands since he is a short stack.

      Turn: If he calls, we can shove all turns. I would make the Flop rais slightly larger though, maybe 38 cents is good, so we have less than a pot size bet on the turn.

      I realize that I may be using terminology that may be too advanced for a beginner, so please feel free to ask me for any clarifications if you are unsure about what I am talking about, and I'll try to rephrase what I'm saying.

      Thanks.
    • radiatorsft
      radiatorsft
      Bronze
      Joined: 21.10.2009 Posts: 17
      1) Does "Flop is dry" means there is no draws?
      2) Does AX means an Ace and anything?

      Thank you!
    • mbml
      mbml
      Black
      Joined: 27.11.2008 Posts: 20,779
      1) Yes, a dry flop is one without draws. Conversely, a wet flop is one with many straight or flush draws. A coordinated or connected Flop is one with many straight draws, such as JT9 or 678.

      2) Yup you are right, X refers to any card between 2-A, in this case of course I'm not referring to AA when I say AX.