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Old 11-21-2007, 02:08 AM
MilkMan MilkMan is offline
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A player with 7%pfr 3 bet out of the small blind. He has a PP.

Like others have said, at the river every PP above 77 beats you. I vote for him having 9s full.

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i vote for him having folded on the flop
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Old 11-21-2007, 02:44 PM
innerpeace innerpeace is offline
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are you leveling me here? you have to be. a check back rules out him being full? unless he's worried with 2nd nut boat? and i should bet an amount that 89, TJ, and 7J and 67 call when those last two beat me? and you really think sb freaked out and folded the winner as opposed to his having had AK or some other worse hand? and you bumped this thread for that crap? please never post strategy again.

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i don't know if this is a re-level of a non-level. you are over-thinking this hand. before assuming that villain is doing something fancy, assume he is just being straightforward.

this is not often enough a slowplay given stack sizes. villain's range is weighted most heavily towards jt and 89 -- with 88, t7, and 67 being possible holdings, albeit a lot less likely.

so, yes i think you are ahead. and i also think sb's range is likely jj+ and ak, so there's a very good chance he folded the best hand, which is not surprising given the flop action.
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Old 11-25-2007, 06:02 AM
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i don't know if this is a re-level of a non-level.

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please never post strategy again.

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MAY I JUST SAY: DIMETRODON!
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