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Old 12-02-2007, 04:30 AM
mkind0516 mkind0516 is offline
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Default Sick Spot in Turning Stone 1k Deepstack

With the blinds at 400/800/100, it folds to a kid in LP, who hasn't played a hand in forever, who raises to 2200 w/ 18k behind. I'm in the CO w/ a fairly tight image and about 60k in chips; I RR w/ JJ to 7200. On my left is a tight & solid, yet very good, player who knows I'm capable of re-raising light; he has me well covered and flats the 7200 in position (original raiser folds). He's usually pretty straight-forward and doesn't mess around too much. I have no idea what to make of his flat call.

Flop: As Qd Js (Pot: 18.7k)

I bet 12k and he calls.


Turn: 5s (pot: 42.7k)

I have about 1 pot-sized bet left. What do u do here?

Also, hypothetically, if he had shoved the flop, call/fold?
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Old 12-02-2007, 04:34 AM
JSchnett JSchnett is offline
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Default Re: Sick Spot in Turning Stone 1k Deepstack

I flat preflop, if the tight kid shoves you are in a terrible spot.
Flop standard.
Turn I would check and throwup/call if he shoves.
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Old 12-02-2007, 04:37 AM
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Default Re: Sick Spot in Turning Stone 1k Deepstack

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I flat preflop, if the tight kid shoves you are in a terrible spot.
Flop standard.
Turn I jam.

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I should mention that I know who the orig raiser is (oldschool43 on Stars) and he's capable of mixing up his game. He also knows me, so he will def stick it in w/ lighter then JJ for his last 25 bb's. That wasn't rly part of the question.

When you jam the turn, what are you putting him on and do u ever expect to get called by less?
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