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Old 09-03-2007, 11:19 PM
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Default Triple Draw, #2

vs. an unknown in one of the stars wcoop sats:

Is this the right amount of action on 3rd/4th or can I raise one more time? Earlier streets fine?

Triple Draw 2-7 Lowball Limit ($20/$40) (converter)

SB ($1480), Seat 2
Hero ($1680), Seat 3
UTG ($1080), Seat 4
MP ($1450), Seat 5
CO ($1990), Seat 6
Button ($1320), Seat 1

Button at Seat 1.
SB posts $10. Hero posts $20.

Hand: [Jc 6s 2h 3c 7d]

Round 1: (1.50 SB)

<font color="green">UTG calls. </font><font color="#666666">MP folds. </font><font color="red">CO raises. </font><font color="#666666">Button folds. </font><font color="green">SB calls. </font><font color="red">Hero raises. </font><font color="green">UTG calls. </font><font color="green">CO calls. </font><font color="green">SB calls. </font>
SB takes 2. Hero discards Jc. UTG takes 2. CO takes 2.

Hand: [6s 2h 3c 7d 7c]

Round 2: (12.00 SB)

<font color="red">SB bets. </font><font color="red">Hero raises. </font><font color="green">UTG calls. </font><font color="#666666">CO folds. </font><font color="green">SB calls. </font>
SB takes 1. Hero discards 7c. UTG takes 1.

Hand: [6s 2h 3c 7d 4h]

Round 3: (9.00 BB)

<font color="green">SB checks. </font><font color="red">Hero bets. </font><font color="green">UTG calls. </font><font color="red">SB raises. </font><font color="red">Hero raises. </font><font color="#666666">UTG folds. </font><font color="red">SB raises. </font><font color="green">Hero calls. </font>
SB stands pat. Hero stands pat.

Hand: [6s 2h 3c 7d 4h]

Round 4: (18.00 BB)

<font color="red">SB bets. </font><font color="green">Hero calls. </font>

Total pot: (20.00 BB - $800)


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Old 09-03-2007, 11:35 PM
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Default Re: Triple Draw, #2

I would certainly pop it one more time early in these tourneys, unless you have reason to believe this player has a clue.
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Old 09-03-2007, 11:43 PM
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Default Re: Triple Draw, #2

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I would certainly pop it one more time early in these tourneys, unless you have reason to believe this player has a clue.

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But against competent opposition, call b/c he's valuebetting into a clear 7? Or can I be threebetting there with worse?

I'm both wondering what to do against the average wcoop donk and what kind of ranges we should have if we're both decent. Generally my m.o. in td has been get to showdown with a bad 8 or a 9, vbet and slow down if raised with a good 8, mash raise button with a 7. Not too sophisticated.
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Old 09-03-2007, 11:56 PM
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But against competent opposition, call b/c he's valuebetting into a clear 7? Or can I be threebetting there with worse?


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Against competent opposition it's almost a tossup, but generally a raise.
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Old 09-06-2007, 03:58 PM
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Default Re: Triple Draw, #2

On the river you lose 2 bets when you are beat and (should) win one when you are ahead. Questionable if you get this much action from all of OP's 7s. I do, on the other hand, like a river raise for image reasons. It is early in the tourney and you dont want a tight nitty image. Given the low blinds and that you have a playable stack, even if losing two extra bets, I am willing to give up a fraction of BB to possibly get more action later.
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