# [NL2-NL10] 4 3 qj

• Bronze
Joined: 22.01.2010
Grabbed by Holdem Manager
NL Holdem \$0.10(BB) Replayer
Hero (\$10)
BB (\$22.86)
UTG (\$7)
UTG+1 (\$10.15)
CO (\$10)
BTN (\$30.05)

Dealt to Hero Q J

fold, fold, fold, BTN calls \$0.10, Hero raises to \$0.50, fold, BTN calls \$0.40

FLOP (\$1.10) Q 7 4

Hero bets \$0.70, BTN raises to \$1.40, Hero calls \$0.70

TURN (\$3.90) Q 7 4 K

Hero checks, BTN bets \$0.80, Hero calls \$0.80

RIVER (\$5.50) Q 7 4 K 8

Hero checks, BTN bets \$1.50, Hero calls \$1.50

BTN shows A A
(Pre 85%, Flop 81.6%, Turn 88.6%)

Hero shows Q J
(Pre 15%, Flop 18.4%, Turn 11.4%)

BTN wins \$7.94

• 3 replies
• Basic
Joined: 12.05.2010
Hey Dracsharp,

Preflop: looks fine

Postflop: I agree with our large bet and given the little info we have on the opponent and the amount of worse hands that can raise I would also call and call him down.

There's an argument to be made for a small thin value raise on the turn but calling down vs unknown is fine as well.

What's our plan if he bets big on turn or river?
• Bronze
Joined: 22.01.2010
I would have folded with the king out. Sure kq beat me already but he could have quite a few ksxs bluffs.
• Basic
Joined: 12.05.2010
Originally posted by Dracsharp
I would have folded with the king out. Sure kq beat me already but he could have quite a few ksxs bluffs.
The other problem with a bigger bet is that we are that more likely to play for stacks and face a river shove.

I think I would consider calling up to 1/2 pot bet because for that low he can still bet some worse hands and maybe draws.