[NL20-NL50] 99 pf call shortstack all-in?

    • mannext2u
      mannext2u
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      $0.25/$0.5 No-Limit Hold'em (9 handed) 

      Known players: 
      MP1 = ($65.20) 
      MP2 = ($18.25) 
      MP3 = ($51.60) 
      CO(Hero) = ($53.20) 
      BU = ($18.60) 
      SB = ($6.75) 
      BB = ($10.00) 
      UTG1 = ($10.00) 
      UTG2 = ($30.65) 

      Preflop: Hero is CO with 9, 9. 
      5 folds, Hero raises to $1, BU folds, SB raises to $6.75(All-In)


      Is it to be called?
  • 5 replies
    • Hackett77
      Hackett77
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      Is this guy a real Short Stack Guy? if his stats are like VPIP9/PFR9 or similiar then he is

      Ive spent a bit of time on these situations myself with the equilator and have worked out its only profitable calling these guys with JJ/QQ/KK/AA and AK

      Ditch everything else as it wont make profit long term against this range,

      If he isnt a true short stack but just plays with a short stack then id say make the call, depending on how loose he is.
    • mannext2u
      mannext2u
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      I didn't mean he was a sss-player, i meant his stack was short. VP:15 PFR:15 of 21 hands :) . You mean Calling SSS players with JJ/QQ/KK/AA/AK allways worths or calling them if they are in blinds worths?
    • Hackett77
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      Well against a range of a true SSS player your a 56/57% favorite with AK/JJ

      63% with QQ
      72% with KK
      84 % with AA

      So im calling with these hands no matter what position they raise from.

      Its 52% with AQ and 50% 10 10 so I dont bother with these. but I guess really statistically you should with AQ?

      Against this guy, he still seems to play like a SSS and 21 hands isnt alot, so He might really be 9/9 etc proper SSS overall.

      I think id fold 99 against him. did he push the other few hands you saw him play or was it the standard, Raise/Cbet line he was playing?
    • darkonebg
      darkonebg
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      Hello,
      Why would a SSS player play with less than 15 blinds?
      If you give him a wider range you are ahead.
      But with only 21 hands the stats deviate a lot and folding is best.

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    • Hackett77
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      Didnt think about him have less than 15BB, so he clearly isnt a SSS is he.