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Old 11-27-2007, 11:06 PM
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Default WSOPC $5K KK facing 4-bet (reality check)

3rd level of tourney.
100-200 blinds. 10K starting chips.

Hero has 12K, villain about 16K or so.

Villain has been pretty active, but has never 4-bet preflop. Not once. At one point, villain took down a hand with T8o on a T-high board vs. hero's 99. Villain has also limped with 63s and made trips.

Hero has a fairly tight image, and has shown very few hands. One time showed AK calling a short stack's all-in.

UTG limps (as has been common)
folded to villain in MP who makes it 750
folded to Hero in LP with K [img]/images/graemlins/spade.gif[/img] K [img]/images/graemlins/diamond.gif[/img] who makes it 2250
folded to villain who makes it 5250


If there is going to be any discussion here, I'd like to know if anyone thinks that there is any line better than pushing? I assume no one folds, but is calling and evaluating the flop an option?

Also, does it matter if villain is a known pro or not?
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