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[NL2-NL10] NL10 J9s

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    • MaestroOfZerg
      Joined: 17.11.2008 Posts: 5,510

      Hand history is messed up, so hard to say.

      Assuming he made a normal 3x check/raise and you jammed, you need him to be able to bluff-raise paired boards in order to profitably shove in that spot, since you don't beat anything he's check/raising for value with (8x, 99+, bigger flushdraws).

      If he's bad he might check/raise/fold some pocket pair for information, then again he might not fold it all the time. If he's doing that anyway you can just call in position planning to bluff the turn when he doesn't bet it, he'll check/fold what he raised for information with and a good chunk of his bluffs also, so you don't need to go up against a polarized range by 3bet-shoving the flop to take it down.

      Without reads i'd either just fold it (slightly weak) or call once in position (paired board and non-nut draw :/) and thread carefully from the turn onward.

      Hope it helps.