[NL2-NL10] KJ SB complete on pot odds

    • hammiemon85
      Joined: 12.09.2008 Posts: 116
      No-Limit Hold'em, $0.00 BB (10 handed) - Hold'em Manager Converter Tool from FlopTurnRiver.com

      BB ($28.55)
      UTG ($27.75)
      UTG+1 ($18.45)
      UTG+2 ($16.30)
      MP1 ($24.25)
      MP2 ($12.25)
      MP3 ($7.90)
      CO ($23.05)
      Button ($16.05)
      Hero (SB) ($4.50)

      Preflop: Hero is SB with K, J
      1 fold, UTG+1 calls $0.25, 1 fold, MP1 calls $0.25, 1 fold, MP3 calls $0.25, CO calls $0.25, 1 fold, Hero calls $0.10, BB checks

      Flop: ($1.10) 3, 9, K (6 players)
      Hero bets $1.50, 1 fold, UTG+1 raises $6, 3 folds, Hero calls $2.75

      Turn: ($9.60) 4 (2 players)

      River: ($9.60) 9 (2 players)

      Total pot: $9.60

      I completed as i had 1:14 pot odds.

      Would you have folded to the reraise after the flop bet? Would you have bet out on the flop?
  • 3 replies
    • alejandrosh
      Joined: 02.07.2008 Posts: 4,346
      i would have folded to the flop raise , i don't think he is donkey enough to limp KT and then raise it when there's that many people to act, i think it's at least he has KQ , probably 99 or 33 for the set.

      i wouldn't bet the flop without top two against that many people.
    • Gerv
      Joined: 07.05.2008 Posts: 17,678
      Hi hammiemon85,

      Preflop is good but I would have check/raised it on the Flop because you bet against 5 other players. with a check/raise you indicate strenght and isolate 1 opponent. I think with Kojak on this board, you are mostly okay to get +EV

      As played, I would have called UTG+1 bet.
      you need 7.1:3 = 2.36:1 = 29.7% to be profitable in the long run.
      You have TPMK on a dry flop so either he has KT or Trips.

      But still i think calling his raise is good.

      - Gerv
    • ysessa
      Joined: 11.07.2008 Posts: 1,331
      Hi hammiemon85,

      I dont like your over bet on the flop, board is very dry for a multiway pot. I would bet 1$ and fold to a raise. I dont think you have the needed equity against a reraising range.