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Old 11-28-2007, 01:37 PM
djj6835 djj6835 is offline
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Default Re: Do you shove now on this turn?

41/20, shove. Doubt he's folding any pair in a rr pot.
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Old 11-28-2007, 01:41 PM
Nick Royale Nick Royale is offline
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Default Re: Do you shove now on this turn?

More preflop. Check the turn and get it in on the river. Pushing the turn is fine as well, you're often ahead but I can't see too many hands he paying off with and he's not likely to have many outs so checking is slightly better imo. Had the board been more draw heavy or the turn been a low blank pushing the turn would have been a must.
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Old 11-28-2007, 01:45 PM
il_martilo il_martilo is offline
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Default Re: Do you shove now on this turn?

Raise more preflop. Not a lot, but I think 6$ would make stack sizes more comfortable.

Bet more on the flop. This is one of those situations where if his hand is strong enough to call 11$, it can call 14$.

As played, I bet about 1/2 of my stack on the turn and hope I can convince him to call me down with a 77/88/TT type hand. If he has JJ, so be it. I'm a little afraid that if we outright push here, the only thing that calls would have us beat in spite of villian being a retard.
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