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$3 6max Sup turbo: Would you fold this?  0   
Hi, I ran into a situation that I was completely unsure about even after I reviewed it afterward. I just need some other opinions.


(It wouldnt convert the Cake HH for me)

Seat 1: JDoe1 ($3,880 in chips) ---Limper
Seat 6: Hero ($2,475 in chips) -- Tightish
Seat 9: JDoe2 ($2,645 in chips) DEALER
JDoe1: posts small blind 75
Hero: posts big blind 150

Dealt to Hero [3s,3d]
JDoe2: calls 150
JDoe1: calls 75
Hero: checks
*** FLOP *** [Td,Qc,9s]
JDoe1: checks
Hero: checks
JDoe2: checks
*** TURN *** [ 3 c]
JDoe1: checks
Hero: bets 300
JDoe2: folds
JDoe1: is all in 3730.0000

This is one of those situations where it can go other way. I figured he had the straight or 2 pair, but I was clueless. Agree

Edited by OrlovAn (27 June 2009 @ 17:17 GMT)


     
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I would have pushed preflop in a turbo tourney, 33 is not a hand against 2 opponents. At the turn it is 100% read dependend. But in a turbo i can't find a fold here.

     
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i think he had straight, j8 maybe, and he was slowplaying it because there wasnt flush draw.

when the turn shows a club and you bet 300, only 2 blinds, maybe he thought you were betting your flush draw, and he decided to go allin..

am i right?

whats the conclusion to that play of yours?

     
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I would say this is totally clueless play from your opponent. An idiotic bet that tells me he is a total fish. cos if he had a straight he's not gonna get the call he wants without his op hitting something incredibly unfortunate and he's wasted a good hand. If he's got nothing he's risking a huge stack to win a small pot on an incredibly dangerous bluff. If he had top pair or two pair he should bet to test the waters but not commit himself. He should in any case try and make you pay just more than the odds to hit your draw assuming he puts you on it.

I would guess though that he's put you on a bluff/draw or mediocre hand like a pair of 9s and has counter bluffed. However I would fold because you have not committed yourself, he has proven to be a weak player and therefore beatable and you have plenty of time for another opportunity. But don't be too tight, you don't want to blind yourself out either.

     
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Posted by awood88:
I would say this is totally clueless play from your opponent. An idiotic bet that tells me he is a total fish. cos if he had a straight he's not gonna get the call he wants without his op hitting something incredibly unfortunate and he's wasted a good hand. If he's got nothing he's risking a huge stack to win a small pot on an incredibly dangerous bluff. If he had top pair or two pair he should bet to test the waters but not commit himself. He should in any case try and make you pay just more than the odds to hit your draw assuming he puts you on it.

I would guess though that he's put you on a bluff/draw or mediocre hand like a pair of 9s and has counter bluffed. However I would fold because you have not committed yourself, he has proven to be a weak player and therefore beatable and you have plenty of time for another opportunity. But don't be too tight, you don't want to blind yourself out either.

That's my opinion...

     
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not raise the Preflop, flop check, check-raise on the turn, with that way of playing, I would definitely pay to the third.

     
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Your hand was by far not the best, and it is obvious that Jdoe was waiting for another card so that someone would raise.

fold

     
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In a turbo i wud jamm it all in at the turn.
And 3handed, where is the raise preflop?

     
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