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  4-Sep-14, 01:37   #1
What would you do? 0 
tonespoker 
Joined: Jul '14
Location: Australia
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The early/mid stages of a NLHE tourney. Stakes are 100/200/25. From UTG you pick up AQs and 3x it. It folds around to a middle position player who re-raises you to 1,600. This player has been somewhat tight aggressive and short stacked and has come off two double ups. You have them covered, and the action is back on your with everyone else folding.
What do you do?

     
  4-Sep-14, 02:36   #2
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qzmag 
Joined: Nov '11
Location: Romania
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Hello,
Call or raise all-in Smile depends on how i seen him playing. if i did not seen him playing, i can't say for shure.
How you see, and how i see, might be different.

Have a nice day / night and Good Luck.

     
  4-Sep-14, 03:19   #3
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tonespoker 
Joined: Jul '14
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I was the re-raiser and i had KK, and the call accounted fo a third of his stack. I just cant see why you'd want to commit 1/3 of your chips with a hand that you're likely to be crushed. I could have AQ, JJ or 10s, maybe even AJ, but 3 betting a UTG raise limits my range to JJ+ and AK. Moving over the top I don't think is a good idea, and when he snap shoved i half expected to see aces.

I probably 3 bet a tad light, giving him 2.75-1, but that warrants a call, I really don't think moving in with his hand is good, as he's a 2-1 underdog in the best of scenarios. Obviously for my KK his shove is good, but when he rivers a straight after I turn a set I wasn't too happy.

     
  4-Sep-14, 06:04   #4
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BeMyATMplz 
Joined: Feb '11
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Depends on stacksizes of both you and the 3bettor, so not possible to answer. Always remember to include all necessary informations.

     
  4-Sep-14, 06:28   #5
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LIKEIT27 
Joined: Jul '08
Location: Netherlands
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^^^^^^^what he says ^^^^^^^^
Its easier to explain when you have the right amount off chips for each player,
And how many blinds a min ,
How high is the blinds ect ect......
But a/qs isnt a bad hand Blink

     
  4-Sep-14, 14:04   #6
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tonespoker 
Joined: Jul '14
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I did explain ethat the stakes were 100/200/25 and my re-raise of 1600 off his 3x (600) raise accounted for 1/3 of his stack after his utg raise not sure how that's hard to understand?

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Meaning they had 3k behind, and a call would account for 1000 out of his 3000 stack, which is 1/3 if you did'nt understand

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I was the 3 bettor? I feel than I've explained everything necessary to the scenario, but please tell me if I am mistaken

Edited by tonespoker (Thursday, September 04, 2014 @ 14:13 GMT)


     
  4-Sep-14, 19:22   #7
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BeMyATMplz 
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Include all info in 1st post, I'm often not reading the other posts and post a non-biased oppinion first.
As for the hand, it's a fold in his spot, reason for this is the 3x raise. Normally with his stacksize he should be shoving or minraising his entire range. A shove with AQs is slightly +EV with a M of 7 from EP. However, by minraising he could induce a wider range than by straight shoving.
When he 3x's his range gets more nutted because he's commiting a pretty big portion of the stack, and thus the 3bet ranges of all others gets tighter.
So overall in his spot, I'd 2x/get it in. As he played the hand it's probably a close fold to the 3bet.

     
  4-Sep-14, 19:55   #8
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DDPascalDD 
Joined: Jan '14
Location: Netherlands
Age: 26 (M)
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For understanding you well and to expand my pokervocabulair because that's not as high as I want it to be. What does EP mean? And with M you mean how many rounds you would be able to survive while doin nothing/what's in the pot automatticly right?

     
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