Ok, to GIAI on the flop?

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Ok, to GIAI on the flop?

Postby rachaelkuser » Fri May 02, 2014 3:12 am

Hand Converted by Pokerkaki Drills Poker Training Software

NL Holdem $0.5(BB)
SB ($23.55)
HERO ($71.4)
UTG ($2.75)
HJ ($15.45)
CO ($49.25)
BTN ($45.37)

Dealt to Hero K:spade: K:heart:

UTG Bets $2.75 (all-in), HJ Folds , CO Folds , BTN Calls $2.75 , SB Calls $2.5 , HERO Raises To $9 , BTN Calls $6.25 , SB Calls $6.25

Flop ($29.5) T:diamond: J:diamond: 9:club:
SB Checks , HERO Bets $29.75 , BTN Raises To $36.37 (all-in), SB Calls $14.55 (all-in), HERO Calls $6.62

Turn ($116.79) T:diamond: J:diamond: 9:club: 2:spade:

River ($116.79) T:diamond: J:diamond: 9:club: 2:spade: 6:diamond:
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Re: Ok, to GIAI on the flop?

Postby gosubay » Sun Jun 15, 2014 10:45 pm

I would raise maybe 10-11 $ preflop. It seems that SB and BTN are both bad players (<100BB) and you want to maximize your value and minimize the possibility of multi-way action as much as possible.

If you make it 11, you'll be left with a potsize bet on the flop and you can just jam it in. Honestly this board is extremely scary but a bad player's range will contain AT/KT/QT/JQ/KJ/AJ so even though your opponents will often have JJ-TT, 88, QQ, KQ, I think you should be slightly ahead.
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