Overbet in the flop ?

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Overbet in the flop ?

Postby tcs » Sun Mar 04, 2012 8:50 pm

http://www.pokerhandreplays.com/view.php/id/4126336


I understand it's just bad luck, but am i right to say i over bet here to induce that i am holding some pocket?
thanks bro
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Re: Overbet in the flop ?

Postby soulari- » Tue Mar 13, 2012 11:17 pm

As the initial raiser preflop your range contains a lot of aces. How many combinations of aces can you have? Switch the suits etc and you have more aces than pockets in your range.
You're chasing a lot of hands away with an overbet like that. You got lucky the KJ called but most of the times you chase away those kings and small aces where you can get more value from with a normal cbet.

Edit: by the way your overbet is still +ev but my point is that going all-in like that isnt optimal
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Re: Overbet in the flop ?

Postby tcs » Tue Mar 20, 2012 4:05 pm

umm.. thanks for your input, imo, i thought i m representing some small pocket.
anyways, thanks.

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Re: Overbet in the flop ?

Postby tiltedonk » Thu Jun 28, 2012 4:41 pm

soulari- wrote:As the initial raiser preflop your range contains a lot of aces. How many combinations of aces can you have? Switch the suits etc and you have more aces than pockets in your range.
You're chasing a lot of hands away with an overbet like that. You got lucky the KJ called but most of the times you chase away those kings and small aces where you can get more value from with a normal cbet.

Edit: by the way your overbet is still +ev but my point is that going all-in like that isnt optimal


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