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NL50: AT on 996 A 4

    • Kruppe
      Joined: 20.02.2008 Posts: 2,145
      table went down to two players without me realising.

      anyway, turn raise ok? will the average NL50 player call weak aces pre?

      and river value bet?

      I assume my fold is ok. or will NL50 players overestimate Ax or bluff a lot?

      the HH seems to have disappeared.....

      hero(BU/SB) $50
      (BB) $50

      ATo dealt to hero, raises to $1.50, BB calls

      flop 996r, check, check

      turn A, still rainbow. BB bets $3, hero raises to $10

      river blank (4 I think). BB checks, hero bets $14 or so, BB thinks for a second or two and shoves, hero folds.
  • 1 reply
    • srohack
      Joined: 02.12.2006 Posts: 1,908
      i would cbet that flop in the begining of the match
      when you check behind that flop especialy with no history you check it because you have showdown value and you dont wanna get check raised so your range has a lot of a high in it .
      on the turn i prefer calling his bet
      a lot of his range is a bluff on that dry board so he will fold most of it to a raise and when he calls i doubt he will call another barrel with a worst ace on the river so i think checking behind river is optimal in this spot .
      as played easy fold on the river