[NL2-NL10] AQ nl5 FR

    • herekPL
      Joined: 13.05.2007 Posts: 6,180
      Full Tilt No-Limit Hold'em, $0.05 BB (9 handed) - Full-Tilt Converter Tool from FlopTurnRiver.com

      SB ($1.41)
      BB ($5.37)
      UTG ($1.17)
      UTG+1 ($5.14)
      MP1 ($7.85)
      MP2 ($5.29)
      Hero (MP3) ($5)
      CO ($9.17)
      Button ($4.07)

      Preflop: Hero is MP3 with Q, A
      2 folds, MP1 bets $0.20, 1 fold, Hero raises to $0.60, 1 fold, Button calls $0.60, 2 folds, MP1 calls $0.40

      Flop: ($1.87) 7, 5, 3 (3 players)
      MP1 checks, Hero bets $1, Button calls $1, 1 fold

      Turn: ($3.87) 4 (2 players)

      BTN 36/3/0,5/41h
  • 3 replies
    • davecc
      Joined: 01.10.2009 Posts: 72
      I would like help on what to do with over cards out of position on a missed c-bet. Although not necessarily with such a co-ordinated board.

      Pre-flop I dont know if Id re-raise, full ring vs his PFR is dangerous, but with only 40 cards you dont know for sure.

      IMO Id be tempted to bet the turn because you can get paid off by lower flushes, straights, and sometimes sets if you hit against a bad player. Hes either got 7's, OP or a lower flush I think. Its rare for much to call a bet on the flop there.

      Maybe a 1/2 pot bet would be effective here. Your odds if he calls arent TOO bad considering what might pay you off, and it doesnt put him in control.

      Amateur opinion.
    • herekPL
      Joined: 13.05.2007 Posts: 6,180
      thats BTN stats
    • MaestroOfZerg
      Joined: 17.11.2008 Posts: 5,510

      Depending on how loose he is postflop he might still show up on that turn with overcards, another draw, any pair. Whether he will actually fold anything to a shove is hard to say, but you likely have as many as 15 outs and the pot is already way too big for you to find a fold imo. Jam whatever is left in there and move on :)

      As for davecc's more general question it's really hard to say, who might want to look again at some of the articles on continuation bets. Mostly it depends on how hard each flop texture hits your opponent's range.

      Some very tight players (low vpip) will only flat pocket pairs preflop and will thus have a hard time continuing on any flop with a broadway card, but won't ever fold as long as there are big scary cards. Others (usually medium vpip) are completely obsessed with broadway cards and will mostly miss on low flops, but will always be able to stick around as long as there are broadway cards out there. Some players play absolutely everything (very high vpip) and will miss almost every flop no matter what it looks like. To a degree all these players will be more or less stubborn and might peel a few bets with overcards on a low flop or a pocket pair even with a broadway flop.

      Since it's hard to guess against unknown, you should probably just fire away c-bets on all but the ugliest textures (JT9hhh and the likes) and then adapt depending on whether they always fold or they never do :)

      Hope it helps.