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[NL2-NL10] NL25: AQ Squeeze

    • maya1984
      Joined: 18.12.2008 Posts: 1,741
      Hand converted with online hand converter:

      $0.1/$0.25 No-Limit Hold'em (7 handed)

      Known players:

      Preflop: Hero is BU with A, Q.
      2 folds, MP3 raises to $1, CO calls $1.00, Hero raises to $5(All-In), 2 folds, MP3 calls $3.75(All-In), CO calls $4.00.

      Flop: ($15.10) T, T, J (3 players)

      Turn: ($15.10) Q (3 players)

      River: ($15.10) A (3 players)

      Final Pot: $15.10.

      Both are unknown.
  • 5 replies
    • Ishindar
      Joined: 31.12.2008 Posts: 259
      risky squeeze imho as mp3 looks like a short stacker and may be ahead fo your AQ. without stats i would call preflop at most but more likely id fold.
    • Gerv
      Joined: 07.05.2008 Posts: 17,678
      If you play against PS sssp:

      Calling Range AK+,TT+
      FoldRange: AQ, 99
      Thus FE = 30%
      Equity against AK+,TT+ = 30.6%
      Deadmoney $1

      EV then is -$0.41 so I would muck this one

      The dead money doesn't cover your losses enough , moreover please re-read the article of ''How to play against another SSp'' since it covers dead money as well in borderline EV decisions!

      - Gerv
    • maya1984
      Joined: 18.12.2008 Posts: 1,741
      That SS was not playing SSS. I had only 7 hands on that guy but it two of the seven hands that he played he limped from early position so I was not concern with him.
    • Tim64
      Joined: 02.11.2008 Posts: 8,028
      Hi Gerv,

      Any chance you could go through the calculation again in more detail? I don't understand how you get the FE or how you get the EV.

      Sorry - confused easily, but if I could understand this it would really help my game.

      Thanks in anticipation,

    • Gerv
      Joined: 07.05.2008 Posts: 17,678
      Normally EV calculations do not really apply to basic SS limits like Nl25 but I want to show that with a simple approach to ranges, some moves are borderline and marginal.

      In this case I used and will always be using:
      EV = Pot*Foldequity + (1-Foldequity)[(eff.Stack+Deadmoney)*Equity – (eff.Stack*(1-Equity))]
      You can define calling range using Stove and giving an opponent a range AK+,JJ+. In % thats 3%. Now if he only continues with Aces, thats 0.5%

      Dividing 0.5% by 3% and you will get the callingrange. (1-CallinRange) is obviously the FE%.

      Do you understand it now ? :) Sorry for the delay, partying eh :]