# [NL2-NL10] NL5 - Call down loose player after turn MR

• Bronze
Joined: 14.05.2009
\$0.02/\$0.05 No-Limit Hold'em (9 handed)

Known players:
SB = (\$2.00)
BB = (\$9.13)
UTG1 = (\$2.13)
UTG2 = (\$1.77)
MP1(Hero) = (\$4.93)
MP2 = (\$3.76)
MP3 = (\$1.98)
CO = (\$10.00)
BU = (\$2.67)

Preflop: Hero is MP1 with T, T.
2 folds, Hero raises to \$0.20, 5 folds, BB calls \$0.15.

Flop: (\$0.42) 2, 3, J (2 players)
BB checks, Hero bets \$0.35, BB calls \$0.35.

Turn: (\$1.12) 8 (2 players)
BB checks, Hero bets \$0.75, BB raises to \$1.50, Hero calls \$0.75.

River: (\$4.12) 8 (2 players)
BB bets \$0.40, Hero calls \$0.40.

Final Pot: \$4.92.
Results follow:

Hero shows two pairs, tens and eights(T T).
BB shows two pairs, jacks and eights(J 7).

BB wins with two pairs, jacks and eights(J 7).

I wasn't sure what to do when he min raised so I called and when he bet the river I figured I had to call that too when I was getting 10-to-1
• 1 reply
• Bronze
Joined: 17.11.2008
Hi,

Hard to say anything without the suits and no reads.

If flop is rainbow you're likely better off making a cheaper c-bet to encourage non Jx hands to come along unless he's a big calling station.

On the turn it's even thinner of a valuebet but still doable, when he minraises you're toast more often than not unless you have reason to believe he's randomly aggressive, continuing with a 2-outer won't show a profit.

As played on the river calling is fine.

Hope it helps.