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[NL2-NL10] Nl10 sh, AT tptk, cs re raising river

    • Janosikgdy
      Joined: 06.05.2007 Posts: 4,480
      Everest Poker, $0.05/0.10 Hold'em Cash Games, 6 Players
      Hand Converter by

      Jodie1402 (UTG): $8.53
      Jamerson80 (UTG+1): $8.87
      Levioc (CO): $14.26
      HERO (Button): $10.04
      tchokev (SB): $21.23
      Cardenas87 (BB): $10.12

      Dealt to HERO T:spade: A:diamond:

      (1 folds), Jamerson80 calls $.10, (1 folds), HERO raises to $.45, tchokev calls $.40, (1 folds), Jamerson80 calls $.35

      Flop: ($1.45) 5:spade: 2:diamond: 5:diamond: (3 Players)
      tchokev checks, Jamerson80 checks, HERO checks

      Turn: ($1.45) T:club: (3 Players)
      tchokev bets $.10, Jamerson80 calls $.10, HERO raises to $.45, (1 folds), Jamerson80 calls $.35

      villian is 80/0/1 over 40 hands.
      easy fold? Am I ever ahead against his range here?

      River: ($2.45) 9:spade: (2 Players)
      Jamerson80 checks, HERO bets $1.85, Jamerson80 raises to $3.70, HERO ?
  • 2 replies
    • radyan111
      Joined: 03.07.2008 Posts: 1,151
      I guess I would bet on the flop - it's unlikely they hit anything, but you may get a call from weaker aces or draws.
      On the turn you have to raise bigger! The pot is 1.65$ and you raise to 0.45$ that's like 1/4 pot bet - every draw gets good odds to call and even two overcards still are correct to call here, you don't want that.

      I guess it's a thing that many people here don't understand - postflop you don't make raises in relation to other people bets, but in relation to the size of the pot. Preflop you raise three times the initial raise, it's ok cause there's no more money in the pot. Here, however, the pot is already 1.45$ when the turn comes - you should bet around 2/3 of the pot here which equals around 1.1$-1.2$ including the bets already made by your opponents. I recommend you reading the article titled "Calculating the potsize - raise" or sth like that.

      On the river it's a fold for me against that player.
    • maya1984
      Joined: 18.12.2008 Posts: 1,741
      pf: make it 0.5$

      Flop: c-bet this flop as the pfa, it's unlikely either one of them hit on a paired board.

      As played:

      Turn: Raise it to to around 1.2$ to protect you hand. By raising so small you are giving them good odds to call with a drawing hand.

      River: Not many hands to get value from (33,44,9x) I'm checking behind on this board.
      As played: min C/R on this dry board from this guy is very often a hand that you don't beat.