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[NL20-NL50] Overpair after calling a 4-bet OOP

    • savage1981
      Joined: 31.05.2010 Posts: 945
      Hand converted with online hand converter:

      Play hand

      $0.25/$0.5 No-Limit Hold'em (9 handed)

      Known players:
      SB (Hero):

      Preflop: Hero is SB with 9, 9.
      5 folds, CO raises to $1.50, BU folds, Hero raises to $4.50, BB folds, CO raises to $13.00, Hero calls $8.50.

      Flop: ($26.5) 3, 8, 8 (2 players)
      Hero checks, CO bets $11.00, Hero raises to $29.00, CO calls $18.00.

      Turn: ($84.5) 9 (2 players)

      River: ($84.5) 7 (2 players)

      Final Pot: $84.5.

      Results follow:

      CO shows two pairs, aces and eights(Ah Ad).
      Hero shows a full-house, nines full of eights(9c 9h).

      Hero wins with a full-house, nines full of eights(9c 9h).

      In this one villain is multi-tabling reg.
  • 2 replies
    • AninIII
      Joined: 13.07.2008 Posts: 944

      without looking at the results, I'd say that you would have lost one stack because you played a marginal hand in the worst possible way, if you wouldn't hit your miraclously 2-outer.

      Preflop: You can consider to call even oop. Even if you don't hit your set you can maybe outplay villain, because he is multitabling and plays relative honest therefore. From time to time you can throw in a 3-bet for sure, but never ever call a 4-bet oop with that hand! It isn't profitable. It's either a shove if you have history or a fold.

      Flop: Just c/f as played. You beat nothing and he has a bigger overpair for sure when he bets.

      Hope it helps.

      Best regards,
    • Kaitz20
      Joined: 02.02.2007 Posts: 27,343
      9 handed not really sure how often people would 4-bet bluff, especially since you only has there 84bb, s O I think fold pf would be better
      c/rai after calling pf is fine play on the flop