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[NL2-NL10] Q10s CBET??

    • zachrina
      zachrina
      Bronze
      Joined: 05.12.2012 Posts: 934
      Hi,

      I am aware that my call preflop is questionable. Villain is a rock also so probably should have folded?? I call as I'm in position.

      On this flop do you prefer a CBET or a check behind?

      I am thinking the check behind is better so I don't get raised off my draw, although I could also CBET as a semi bluff??

      Thanks,
      Zach

      Full Tilt, $0.05/$0.10 No Limit Hold'em Cash, 8 Players
      Poker Tools Powered By Holdem Manager - The Ultimate Poker Software Suite.

      CO: $5.15 (51.5 bb)
      BTN: $10 (100 bb)
      SB: $10 (100 bb)
      BB: $10 (100 bb)
      UTG+2: $10.62 (106.2 bb)
      MP1: $14.61 (146.1 bb)
      MP2: $8.57 (85.7 bb)
      Hero (MP3): $9.70 (97 bb)

      Preflop: Hero is MP3 with Q T
      3 folds, Hero raises to $0.40, 2 folds, SB raises to $1.10, BB folds, Hero calls $0.70

      Flop: ($2.30) 8 J 8 (2 players)
      SB checks, [color=red] Hero ???

      I will say that I actually Cbet here and villain moved all in. I have just took a look at equilab and realised that I should not have folded. I only needed 33% equity here against his PFR range (6). I have almost 50% here. Even if he has KK+ I still have 38% and can make the call. I now realise I should have made the call as the only hand he has me crushed with is JJ which is unlikely!
      So, was my Cbet correct? LOL.
  • 1 reply
    • kymupa
      kymupa
      Bronze
      Joined: 22.10.2009 Posts: 22,364
      Hello,

      Preflop we can consider folding this from this position.
      When he 3bets I would definitely fold this dominated hand.

      On the flop when he checks I would always bet here. We can make him fold his AK and even if he check/raises we still have decent equity to go broke.

      Best,
      Plamen