COULD I GET AWAY FROM IT?  

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simonL
(@simonl)
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Posts: 40
April 15, 2017 2:26 am  

Hi guys,
I really would like to ask about your opinions on this hand. It's from BETONline site and I can't copy it (if someone knows how please let me know)
I will try to make this hand as readable as possible.

10NL EVERYONE IS DEEP 100 BLINDS.
HERO is SB with A9h

CO: raises 0,30c
BTN: folds
HERO: raises 0,85
BB: calls 0,75
CO: calls 0,55
POT= 2,41 (cuz of rake)
FLOP: 9c,9s,Jh
HERO: bets 1,35
BB: calls 1,35
CO: folds
POT: 4,96
TURN: 10h
HERO: bets 4,51
SB: calls 4,51
POT: 13,48
RIVER: 8c
HERO: bets 3,38 (and is all in)
BB: calls and shows KsQs (A straight, Nine to King)

COULD I GET AWAY FROM IT?
I felt like I have so many outs here, so I just completely committed to this hand.


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Alton - MicroGrinder Poker
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Posts: 331
April 15, 2017 3:03 am  

What range do you BB on pre-flop, the flop and the turn? The reason I ask is that his continuing range throughout the hand dictates your river decision.

Is he a complete spazz, an unknown, weak passive, reg, etc? This will give insight into what ranges he continues with, especially when you bomb the turn.

Against an unknown, I think the river is a check to try to get to showdown and a fold to a jam on a four-straight board since the relative strength of your hand is nothing more than a bluff catcher. We can't really bet for value against most opponents and we expect our opponents to check back Jx top pair hands. If we face a bet, its almost always the straight.


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