[NL2-NL10] tt nl100

    • PanDuzePE
      PanDuzePE
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      Grabbed by Holdem Manager
      NL Holdem $1(BB) Party
      SB ($156)
      BB ($107)
      UTG ($118)
      UTG+1 ($61.13)
      UTG+2 ($122)
      MP1 ($119)
      MP2 ($30.96)
      CO ($101)
      Hero ($20)

      Dealt to Hero T:diamond: T:heart:

      fold, fold, fold, fold, MP2 raises to $4, CO calls $4, Hero raises to $20 (AI), fold, fold, MP2 raises to $30.96 (AI), fold,

      FLOP ($45.50) 3:club: T:club: 5:diamond:



      TURN ($45.50) 3:club: T:club: 5:diamond: 8:spade:



      RIVER ($45.50) 3:club: T:club: 5:diamond: 8:spade: Q:club:

      mp2 unkown


      co 8k hands 12/4

      same situation like aqs but 1 cold caller, not 2


      what to do with situation like that?


      only look on raiser pfr and hope that cold caller doesn`t have kk-aa ?
  • 6 replies
    • MrMardyBum
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      Raise and a call before me, make this an instant fold, at best only a call.

      But that's just me :)
    • PanDuzePE
      PanDuzePE
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      lol,

      so in situation like that u play only kk-aa, yep ?



      I can`t imagine that i could fold that in this situation ;p


      This can be treat like a squeeze, but TT is not bad hand, sometimes player plays sq with worst ><



      And I read that unkown player is about PFR 8 so push is good option.


      If for you is fold, so u have to fold for raise too not only for raise & call.


      when someone call we have better situation because we have more deadmoney in pot and our equity is better, for example in this hand:


      45.5 in pot when call / 20 = 44%

      so we need 44% here, when no call we need 50 % ...

      and vs pfr 8% we have it.


      but maybe someone else can judge this hand.
    • MrMardyBum
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      No, I'd probably raise QQ+ and possibly call TT+ and AK, but tens, are always behind or flipping in this situation in my opinion. You hardly have the stack to move both players off the hand either.

      So yeah, I'd fold T's here with no regrets about the hand.

      ** EDIT - Probably shove AK too....
    • DaPhunk
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      hmm, I'm unsure. There an awful lot of stupidly tight players out there imo. This guy has a $31 stack so i may put him as an SSS player who has just doubled up and fold pretty sure he'll raise even tighter than normal with this increased stack.

      If however he's bought in for 30 BB or something I push, pretty sure that he's a fish. Buying in for 30BB is just terrible and he probably won't be raising the correct range either.
    • PanDuzePE
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      thats true, he was fish and show AJ.


      but in another situation ?


      if mp2 was bss player for example 14/10 ?


      still push with that call ?

      "and possibly call TT+ and AK, "


      terrible move :>

      u will call with odds 1/2 for what? with tt for set ? and with ak for overpair who will get only 1 for 6 boards ?

      terrible ;p
    • burek2000
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      Hey guys, :)

      against average unknown MP2 openraiser on NL100 and a cold caller this is a super easy squeeze with TT. I play on FTP and here average player will have 10+ MP pfr.

      So, TT is ahead of average MP PFR range(considering villain is unknown) and the cold caller will almost never have a hand to call our push thus making the squeeze more profitable. Most of the time he will call the fish/average player IP with low-mid PP/SC/suited face cards to outplay him postflop, very rarely will a good player trap with monsters in this spot, unless openraiser is a good TAG as well.

      if mp2 was bss player for example 14/10 ?


      Against 14/10 openraiser that's still a profitable squeeze.

      Btw, calling is no option with SSS and even with BSS that's a squeeze imo. Way more profitable than playing w/o initiative against 2 opponents with 1-2 overcards on the flop.

      Regards,
      burek2000