Someone has a set 100% of the time here.
Are these actual 23K hands vs villain or paid for HH's?
Is it super exploitable vs a mass-tabling reg to check back this flop?
Don't get how UTG's range is stronger than CO's, but I do think this is still a fold. I understand that UTG's range is going to be relatively strong with one person to act behind, but don't you...
What was your stack to start by the way?
Also, flop cbet/misclick maybe?
I'm not near stove, but the fact that you say a large majority of villain's range was weak/bluff catch type hands means we should be 3barreling this turn/river.
You don't think villain bets his Tx floats almost always OTT when checked to?
Sure villain can float a lot of BDFD broadways such as Ax, X...
Most PP's are still in villain's range in conjunction w/our A/Q creating less combos of broadways for villain's range.
Also, I overbet for discussion of overbet
Why overbet here? If villain doesn't have a king, then hero is good almost always. Pretty easy x/f as played.
For me, I would pretty much always 3barrel this board until I'm x/r'd...
thats what imo stands for
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