# [NL20-NL50] PL25 FR 99 preflop

• Bronze
Joined: 07.05.2008
Pot-Limit Hold'em, \$0.25 BB (9 handed) - Hold'em Manager Converter Tool from FlopTurnRiver.com

saw flop

SB (\$6.95)
BB (\$25.45)
UTG (\$16.30)
43/16, 56 hands (wtsd 39%, W\$SD 56%)
Gerv (UTG+1) (\$25)
MP1 (\$28.33)
MP2 (\$26.40)
MP3 (\$8.22)
CO (\$5)
Button (\$25)

Preflop: Gerv is UTG+1 with 9, 9
UTG calls \$0.25, Gerv bets \$1.10, 4 folds, Button calls \$1.10, 1 fold, BB calls \$0.85, UTG raises \$2.75, Gerv calls \$1.90, Button calls \$1.90, 1 fold

Flop: (\$10.20) J, K, 9 (3 players)
UTG bets \$2, Gerv raises \$9, 1 fold, UTG raises \$11.30 (All-In), Gerv calls \$4.30

Can I still call preflop on his limp/3bet for Set value?

Flop well played?
• 2 replies
• Bronze
Joined: 18.12.2008
yes you can.

If we ignore BU overcall you need to extract further 7.85\$ from UTG in order to make the call profitable.

Let x denote the desired size of the pot to make a call profitable.
x:1.9 = 7.5:1 -> x= 14.25
you are calling 1.9\$ into a 6.4\$ pot. 14.25 - 6.4 = 7.85\$

Assuming we can extract 7.85\$ from villain every time we hit a set (plus the fact that villain's remaining stack > 7.85\$) a call is EV+.
• Bronze
Joined: 02.02.2007
Originally posted by maya1984
yes you can.

If we ignore BU overcall you need to extract further 7.85\$ from UTG in order to make the call profitable.

Let x denote the desired size of the pot to make a call profitable.
x:1.9 = 7.5:1 -> x= 14.25
you are calling 1.9\$ into a 6.4\$ pot. 14.25 - 6.4 = 7.85\$

Assuming we can extract 7.85\$ from villain every time we hit a set (plus the fact that villain's remaining stack > 7.85\$) a call is EV+.
+1
I´d also call pf.
Raising flop seems better than just calling.
nh