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[NL2-NL10] NL 25 SSS folding queens

    • Kaitz20
      Joined: 02.02.2007 Posts: 27,343
      Known players: (for a description of vp$ip, pfr, ats, folded bb, af, wts, wsd or hands click here)        

      0,10/0,25 No-Limit Hold'em (10 handed)
      Hand recorder used for this poker hand: Texas Grabem 1.8 by

      Preflop: Hero is MP3 with Q:heart: , Q:club:
      2 folds, UTG+2 raises to $1,00, 6 folds, BB calls $0,75.

      Flop: ($2,10) T:diamond: , 5:club: , 7:club: (2 players)
      BB checks, UTG+2 bets $2, BB folds.

      Final Pot: $4,10

      According to this article
      I should fold queen against SSS player, who raised early position. If I think that big stacks is also same tight, then my fold would be right, because my equity only has 47,4%
  • 3 replies
    • Kknight
      Joined: 30.04.2007 Posts: 374
      Hi Kaitz,

      In my opinion, I think you are being far too conservative here...especially for NL25 (as I mentioned in your AK thread.) Unless you are 100% positive that UTG+2 ONLY raises with AA or KK in this position, there is no way you should be folding Qs. In order to have that accurate of a read, you need a whole lot of hands against this player. Just my humble opinion though...

    • howard182
      Joined: 30.10.2006 Posts: 416
      I'd be raising JJ+, AQ+ in that position (which gives you the 47.5%), AJ occasionally. Now QQ isn't good against that range but you'd better believe that there are much looser players, it's not a fold without reads.
    • Berliner1982
      Joined: 12.07.2006 Posts: 5,644
      On a Nl $25 table (who are often pretty tight because of all the Small Stacks) a Deep Stack good also raise with 99+, AJs, AQ, AK and you still have fold Equity if your re-raise. So I think the Fold is a bit to weak here, especially without any reads.