Schnabraham

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Schnabraham commented on: UTG raise, CO and BTN cold call, should I call with any two cards from BB?
1 year ago
Hello!

So UTG raises 3/4 pot, CO and BTN cold call. SB fold, should I call from BB with any two cards?
I am assuming that I play post flop at least as good as or better than all of them. They are not nits.

My thoughts. The blinds are 0,5 + 1 = 1,5 UTG raises 2,87 CO, BTN and I cold call, the pot is now 11,98. Which means I got 1,87/11,98 pot odds roughly 15,6%. I put in some roughly estimated ranges in flopzillas Holdeq which gave me 12,5% equity with 72o against their ranges. With the UTG range at 32,5% equity. Does this mean I can't call with 72o? 72s on the other hand gave me 16% equity, would that be a good call as I only need to win 15,6% of the time?

Please give me your thoughts!
Schnabraham commented on: $0,1/$0,2 AAop 3bet pot, disaster hand
1 year ago
I don't understand which hands would call if I bet every streat, I can only think of AK. Every other pair would be a really loose call would it not?
Schnabraham commented on: $0,1/$0,2 AAop 3bet pot, disaster hand
1 year ago
5-man table. 150bb effective stack

V is a standard skill TAG.

V opens 3/4 pot from CO
I 3b pot from sb with AA
flop 689 rb, I bet 3/4 pot, V calls
turn K, I bet 3/4 pot V calls
river 3 no flushdraw, I go all in, V calls, I am beat by 7T

This is my analysis please correct me if you think I'm wrong. I am thinking the decision to bet on the flop is correct as CO has many draws on this flop. I can also get called by JJ, TT and worse pair. When the K comes on turn I could still bet for value, for the same reasons as on turn, however it would be dificult to get to showdown as no hand that I beat would call another bet on the river and if I check and V bluff I would be faced with a hard decision. Therefor I think it would be correct to check/call turn. I would say I am already in a dificult situation at this point and there is not really a good river for me. My intuition tells me I should check fold any river except perhaps an A or if the board pairs as I then beat any twopair? If V check turn I would check/call any river that doesn't give a 4-card straight.

Please comment I am greatful for all your input!
Schnabraham commented on: top pair nut flushdraw on turn all in?
1 year ago
Thank you for the answers!

I was also thinking what would be the correct decision if I was 100bb deep? Or if I catch a flushdraw on the flop?
Schnabraham commented on: top pair nut flushdraw on turn all in?
1 year ago
0,5-1 dollar 5 man table
I'm on CO 200bb deep with A6s
I rasie first 3/4 pot
Opponent is on sb also 200bb deep (regish player) min reraises, I call
Flop AK5 twocolor, opponent c-bet pot, I call
turn 3 (I get a flush draw), opponent c-bet 3/4, I go all in
I loose to AKo

I feel a little lost in this situation, should I just fold? Appreciate all answers :)
Schnabraham commented on: top pair nut flushdraw on turn all in?
1 year ago
0,5-1 dollar table
I'm on CO 200bb deep with A6s
I rasie first 3/4 pot
Opponent is on sb also 200bb deep (regish player) min reraises, I call
Flop AK5 twocolor, opponent c-bet pot, I call
turn 3 (I get a flush draw), opponent c-bet 3/4, I go all in
I loose to AKo

I feel a little lost in this situation, should I just fold? Appreciate all answers :)