Two overcards on the flop

    • snowylee
      snowylee
      Bronze
      Joined: 26.01.2007 Posts: 701
      If you raise preflop with say AK-AJ and KQ in position, you get HU and on the flop he donkbets into us and we have missed the flop. Is it too weak to just fold here every time against an unknown? And im thinking about a bet that is at least a HPSB.

      Edit:
      And should you play fit or fold if you call a preflopraise with a lower pp for setvalue if the flop comes with lower cards? IP once again.
  • 1 reply
    • Nunki
      Nunki
      Bronze
      Joined: 25.10.2006 Posts: 865
      If you raise preflop with say AK-AJ and KQ in position, you get HU and on the flop he donkbets into us and we have missed the flop. Is it too weak to just fold here every time against an unknown? And im thinking about a bet that is at least a HPSB.


      Some players donk draws some donk made-hands. Therefore sometimes raise, sometimes fold.

      And should you play fit or fold if you call a preflopraise with a lower pp for setvalue if the flop comes with lower cards? IP once again.


      It depends primarily upon the villains following characteristics:

      1)PFRing range.

      2)Propensity to c-bet flop.

      3)Propensity to c-bet flop and then c-bet turn.