[NL2-NL10] AKc MP1

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    • TribunCaesar
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      Shove!!! Aks = nutz!

      Best regards,
      TribunCaesar
    • TheBrood
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      Aren't I behind his 3-betting range? Like way behind? Or does he mostly have AK here?
    • TribunCaesar
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      equity win tie pots won pots tied
      Hand 0: 41.904% 22.62% 19.28% 32535636 27736416.00 { AKs }
      Hand 1: 58.096% 38.81% 19.28% 55825068 27736416.00 { QQ+, AKs, AKo }

      That's the extremly tight shoving range and you still have a call. Take in more hands and you have an even easier call.
    • TheBrood
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      Your equilator data says I will lose more than I win, what are my pot odds here? If I call he still has 0.50 left.
    • TribunCaesar
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      pot odds doesn't matter here because we go broke preflop anyway. It's all about ranges. Haven't seen he has some money left. Shove then!
    • TheBrood
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      If odds dont matter then I dont understand how I can shove when Im behind his range...
    • TribunCaesar
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      Well, don't get me wrong. Sure, Odds matter if his range is that tight, but since he is short it's not necessary to make the math. Take a looser range and it's not necessary at all because you are ahead.
    • TheBrood
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      Equity Ganado Indeciso Perdido Mano
      Jugadores 1: 43.375 % 31.028 % 24.693 % 44.278 % AcKc
      Jugadores 2: 56.625 % 44.278 % 24.693 % 31.028 % TT+, AKs, AKo

      even with TT+ Im behind =S
    • Fongie
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      If you ever played SSS, you will know why you should shove AK here :P

      You might think you're behind, but remember you've already put 40 cents into the pot. AK ftw, that's all :)
    • Kaitz20
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      Although you´re not likely ahead, you have to get the money all-in, because you´ve invested 0,4$ into pot+ there is 0,15$ from blinds.

      So there is already 0,55$ dead money in the pot and you have to call 1,4 (MP3 is never folding there, so you have to calculate his stack 1,8$-your raise size 0,4$) to win 1,8 (his stack)+ 0,55 (your raise+blinds), so you´re getting there 2,35:1,4= 1,68:1, which means you have to be ahead:37,3%

      and you did see that you´re getting 42% even against tighter re-raise.
      Since you´re getting better pot odds, you have to shove with AKs there.
    • TheBrood
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      Originally posted by Kaitz20
      Although you´re not likely ahead, you have to get the money all-in, because you´ve invested 0,4$ into pot+ there is 0,15$ from blinds.

      So there is already 0,55$ dead money in the pot and you have to call 1,4 (MP3 is never folding there, so you have to calculate his stack 1,8$-your raise size 0,4$) to win 1,8 (his stack)+ 0,55 (your raise+blinds), so you´re getting there 2,35:1,4= 1,68:1, which means you have to be ahead:37,3%

      and you did see that you´re getting 42% even against tighter re-raise.
      Since you´re getting better pot odds, you have to shove with AKs there.
      Perfect! Now I understand tyvm

      vs SSS it depends on pot odds and his range =) Those shorties better fear me now because I get AK a lot :D