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Old 12-01-2007, 06:10 PM
DJ Pattiecake DJ Pattiecake is offline
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Default NL25 1010 Ace on the turn....

don't have the HH b/c it was on bodog. no reads. we all have 100bb stacks.

3 ppl limp, sb completes i raise to 1.60 from the BB w 1010. utg limper calls, button limper calls. flop comes 678r and i bet $4 into the $5 pot... utg limper calls other guy folds. Ace on the turn puts 2 diamonds on board. i check (?) and villain bets $6 leaving 13 beind. what is ur play?
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Old 12-01-2007, 06:52 PM
Cueballmania Cueballmania is offline
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Default Re: NL25 1010 Ace on the turn....

I raise to 2 preflop. Turn is an easy c-bet. Reads help a lot. I'd probably call the turn against an unknown.
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Old 12-01-2007, 07:05 PM
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Default Re: NL25 1010 Ace on the turn....

I was going to answer b/f, but it's a tough spot. Assuming UTG is a donk (limp/call preflop), range could be 55-99, SCs, AT-5 and if sooted they could have picked up backdoor draw, pretty wide range. I think you are at best 50:50 vs their range. It's tough being OOP here, because if you call here you still have to get to showdown. If you bet and they just call, what do you do when a diamond, T (giving you set and completing straight), 5 etc. come. I think I b/f turn, and if I get called, check river and pay off a small value bet on blank river but fold to a 3/4psb. I think problem with c/c turn is what to do on the river OOP.
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Old 12-01-2007, 08:49 PM
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Default Re: NL25 1010 Ace on the turn....

gregorio i like what you said but the pot is almost 13 dollars already... what ammount would you bet on the turn?
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