[NL2-NL10] Nl10 Ak Oop

    • Pichux
      Joined: 02.02.2009 Posts: 318
      ***** Hand History for Game 2380120766 ***** (IPoker)
      $10.00 USD NL Texas Hold'em - Thursday, August 05, 06:27:02 ET 2010
      Table Huvil (Real Money)
      Seat 3 is the button
      Seat 1: sunnyrainua ( $11.90 USD )
      Seat 3: noneforthedealer ( $10.35 USD )
      Seat 5: sad0 ( $10.00 USD )
      Seat 6: Piters1990 ( $10.78 USD )
      Seat 8: andirey ( $12.10 USD )
      Seat 10: svinopas ( $10.10 USD )
      sad0 posts small blind [$0.05 USD].
      Piters1990 posts big blind [$0.10 USD].
      ** Dealing down cards **
      Dealt to Piters1990 [ K :heart: A :spade: ]
      andirey folds
      sunnyrainua folds
      noneforthedealer calls [$0.10 USD]
      sad0 calls [$0.05 USD]
      Piters1990 raises [$0.30 USD]
      noneforthedealer calls [$0.30 USD]
      sad0 folds
      ** Dealing Flop ** [ J :heart: , Q :spade: , 6 :heart: ]
      Piters1990 bets [$0.60 USD]
      noneforthedealer calls [$0.60 USD]
      ** Dealing Turn ** [ 2 :heart: ]
      Piters1990 checks
      noneforthedealer bets [$1.57 USD]
      Piters1990 folds

      Villain (VPIP/PFR/AG) (62/9/1.4)

      Standart play against a calling station?
  • 3 replies
    • EmanuelC16
      Joined: 02.01.2010 Posts: 13,897
      Raise more preflop because you are OOP.

      Bet turn imo. Gutshot+FD+pre and flop aggressor. He would call you with anything on the flop. But most importantly that card increased you equity and you have good implied odds.
    • Duudalinja
      Joined: 21.12.2009 Posts: 1,030
      You have some equity, so betting can be done, but I think giving up is not the worse play. I hate it, but still if he's calling station he will never fold Jx, he may have KQ/JQ/JK and even AJ/AQ if he didn't raise them pre magically so by betting you just don't have any FE here and I don't think AK has enough equity itself because of blurry outs.
      I may be wrong with this, correct if so.
    • MaestroOfZerg
      Joined: 17.11.2008 Posts: 5,510

      Depends on how comfortable you feel betting the turn solidly. If played correctly, you betting the turn is more some kind of value semi-bluff that allows you to 1/ just fold if your loose passive opponent raises you on the turn 2/ play another street in a biggish pot with a skill edge over the fish. So it is profitable to bet again on the turn provided that you can play the river card correctly, which can be difficult with "blurry outs" as Duudalinja put it. So indeed if you don't feel like playing such situations yet, check/folding isn't a bad idea.

      Another in-between, very exploitable line (who cares, that guy surely can't exploit you willingly) would be to simply blockbet that turn to some ridiculous amount. Passive players may get aggressive when you check to them, but once you bet first it's usually a lot more difficult for them to actually decide to raise. So since loose passive players usually won't go nuts raising small bets with anything below two pairs, this allows you to see the river card without really relinquishing the betting lead, and end up on a river in a pot of moderate size that you can play in without jeopardizing a stack.

      Hope it helps.