Ravzar

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almost 4 years ago

50NL would you fold?

Surely a smaller flush wouldnt fold?



It would take a donkey to not bet a smaller flush on the turn. Checking isn't necessarily bad if you have the nut ...

almost 4 years ago

50NL would you fold?

Sorry I answered as if the villain check called flop and checked turn. I didn't see the check raise. When he check raises, checks to you, then bet raises the river, I would say his range is boat...

almost 4 years ago

50NL would you fold?

Your definition of villain being LAG is going to be off. If he was a LAG in 6 max and he didn't change his ranges, he is now tighter than you might think 3 handed.

Checking or betting...

almost 4 years ago

snowie's ev numbers from??

One issue with limping is that you have to limp significantly more hands than you would open raise to even consider getting close to the same EV vs an optimal player. If a player in the BB vs th...

almost 4 years ago

snowie's ev numbers from??

If your opponent plays perfectly, there is no more EV to gain by limping than by open raising. That being said, we arn't necessarily breaking even or losing like Baluga says. For example, BTN vs...

almost 4 years ago

HU pre flop bet sizing strategies.

Your opening range needs to change depending on what you open for. If you open for 3x vs a good player you likely need to open less than what you're opening. It's probably not a good idea to rai...

almost 4 years ago

Ovepair against fishes overshoves postflop

You need to find out if their sporadic bluff lines are also taken for value. Like if suddenly he raises the turn really large, is this normally a random bluff or will he do it with top pair rand...

almost 4 years ago

chronic bluffer, I call ... brag

Even though your call is right this time, it is worth noting that the call is probably incorrect. That being said, it's not a huge mistake given that you hold the second nut non-pair hand on a b...

almost 4 years ago

Ovepair against fishes overshoves postflop

If you mean passive as in he never raises and always just checks/calls and now he is shoving all in, you should probably fold. If you see him doing this more often then it's more likely he is ju...

almost 4 years ago

Bottom set on monotone flop

just to add in another opinion, unless the BTN is hyper-aggressive, I am strongly in favor of the flop bet with the 72/0 SB in there. I've always been a proponent of leading a lot mu...

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