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KTo deep vs loose-ish player

    • ILuvBeachVB
      Joined: 17.06.2010 Posts: 390
      No Limit Hold'em Tournament T20/T40
      Buy-in: $0.50+$0.05 USD Hold'em No Limit
      9 players
      Formatted by Poker HUD for Mac and Windows

      UTG - UTG (T5,080)
      UTG+1 - UTG+1 (T4,951)
      UTG+2 - UTG+2 (T4,675)
      MP - MP (T5,330)
      MP2 - MP2 (T4,951)
      CO - Hero (T4,263)
      BTN - BTN (T5,373) 45/25/0/2/40 [VPIP/PFR/3b/AF/#hands]
      SB - SB (T4,588)
      BB - BB (T10,941)

      Preflop: (T105, 9 players) Hero is CO with K:heart: T:diamond:
      UTG raises to T120, 4 folds, Hero calls T120, BTN calls T120, 2 folds

      Flop: 3:heart: 3:spade: K:spade: (T465, 3 players)
      UTG checks, Hero bets T233, BTN calls T233, 1 fold

      Turn: 2:spade: (T931, 2 players)
      Hero checks, BTN bets T280, hero???
  • 3 replies
    • SDK1987
      Joined: 12.11.2008 Posts: 37,440
      Pre-flop is for me an fold against an UTG raise or he’s loose as well, but I expect you will be often dominated against his range. As played I would most likely call 1 street on the turn and give up on the river unimproved on his small bet.

    • lila28
      Joined: 31.05.2013 Posts: 125
      Fold preflop.
      I would probably just check flop and see what develops, you have pretty poor kicker to go for several streets of value as you can already be beaten by kj/kq in opponents ranges. If everyone checks around you probably can start betting turn for value on most turn cards as you can then cap them on not having higher Kx/3x in their ranges most of time.
    • sebralane
      Joined: 18.09.2009 Posts: 181
      fold pre.
      KTo flops bad thus playing that against whoever is a bad idea :(