So normally I play pretty straight up. Friday night however there were 2 situations where I made peels and ended up turning great.
Normally I'm not trying to float most of the casuals live because it doesn't work. So how light do you guys peel?
I figured these were 2 spots where I was getting great prices to see a cheap turn.
Villain looks just like Harry Potter (glasses, stupid haircut, and a dragon Tshirt). He's been playing 1-2 hands per orbit, had been making abnormally large raises (8-10bb, not getting any action). When he was the PFR he was cbetting about 100% of the time.
Hero: 450ish (150 bb)
AKs in the BB
Harry: 200 (66bb)
Raises to 15 in MP
2 calls right after him.
9,4,4 no flush draw.
Harry bets 15, 2 behind fold.
Now I think it's possible Harry can have a pp, but anything else he raised with I'm probably ahead of.
I think if he had 10s+ he wouldn't have made such a small cbet. To me this just seems like a whiff, or a sub 9 pp.
Turn: K (90)
So I ended up turning great.
And the rest of the hand I'm not concerned about. Thoughts on the flop call?
Villain 1: Guy to harry's left. Playing a ton of hands, and VERY stationy. He's been raising a good amount too, seems oblivious to position. If he gets to the river he's seeing a showdown, regardless of board texture.
Villain 2: Fish eye guy. His eyes are creepy, they go in 2 different directions. I can't look at him in the face. Playing a ton of hands, mostly garbage. He showed down a few made straights with stuff like 8/5.
He's also been making plays (when he has a made hand) BUT he always bets 31. He mentioned something about it being his favorite number. On one of his made straights there was probably 150 in the middle, but he bet 31
V2: about 360 (120bb) in the BB
V1: around 300 (100bb) EP
Villain 1 raises to 15.
Guy to my right calls.
I call in the HJ with 10s
V1, 3bets 31.
call,call, to me, I call.
V2 checks. Now this is pretty indicative that he missed. I think if he got a piece of this board he'd bet 31. He hasn't check raised at all.
V1 bets 25.
Random guy folds.
Now here I'm thinking that I'm still getting a good price to see a turn. Although I still have V2 to act behind me, i'm about 100% certain he's not going to check raise. V1 was the original preflop raiser, and he cbet a ton of the time. Although I think I have less equity here then the other hand, the pot is 50bb, and it's 8 for me to call.
I definitely think this hand is much lighter then the first, but the awful bet sizing to me was too good to pass up. What do you guys think?