Clear VB on river vs Ax and pocket pairs. If you think villain has ANY reason to believe you are capable of b/f, you must call a river raise, pot is huge.
Generally speaking, its almost always correct to peel the flop in a 3 bet pot. You don't need much equity.
Using your reads, his range may be wide, again suggesting a peel.
a view from the cheap seats.
1) lets try to find more stuff/hands like this to keep Kpr, DD, Oink, Entity and the rest of you guys at each others throats,
its extremely educa...
I need/want to add that,
villain should consider betting some of his bad aces on the river,
because we are thinking of folding a big ace.
also, my range adjustments are ...
ok, I will pick a fight with two heaveyweights. I mean 3, Deep.
If i am wrong its because I am adjusting my ranges badly.
we have plenty of equity to call the river,
looking at this hand from all players perspectives.
hero checks: we know his hand
BB checks: no Q, no decent spade, probably no 9
I can see some merit in the turn raise.
1) some hand strength equity in our draw plus maybe even a J is good sometime.
2) we gain some FE vs some...
1) from villains perspective, this is a good spot to river bluff, even a J might fold here.
and we are considering folding a made flush.
2) I think you might be folding way ...
Villain tanked and folded..
1. You think Villain ever folds a better hand? (like 44-88, A6?)
2. Which hands that have me bea...
ok screw all this what would you do....lol. first things first...
A unknown in the lead checks this Q95 flop,
and bets the turn ACE after we check twice.