TalentedTom   Canada. Feb 27 2015 17:34. Posts 20070
given how often they pay you off when you hit your hands, this is prob very bad
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traxamillion   United States. Feb 27 2015 22:17. Posts 10468
theoretically it is good with the blockers just dunno if this guy capable of folding. You didn't run into Q10cc did you? that hand would actually make total sense for him.
If you have AsAc4h4c are you checking behind turn here?
Artanis[Xp]   Netherlands. Feb 27 2015 22:30. Posts 4697
TT the hands I've submitted with people calling with a pair of sixes etc aren't really representative of the regs. This guy is FOR PLO5 STANDARDS reasonable, however as for all regs betsizings tend to be huge tells. Pot means nuts, less generally means they don't like getting raised. I think he's usually got a straight here, MAYBE a set.
trax I'm going to hold off on results for a bit. I think xb with the nfd is good here though, too much equity goes to waste when we get c/r'd and he has plenty of straights in his range.
traxamillion   United States. Feb 28 2015 02:52. Posts 10468
agree I like the check back too with the nfd. You have a lot of flushes in your range and this is a dirty board. It would be pretty dam hard/bad of you to call with 2 pair so for villain to bet straights and even sets would be pretty dam thin. If he vbets a set you might actually be bluffing with better, i.e. turning a higher set + Ac into a bluff on the river to fold out a set. Don't see you calling with worse. So yea if he is heavy on set/straights when you raise he is just bluffcatching and he has no reason to discount flushes from your range so great bluff imo.
Artanis[Xp]   Netherlands. Feb 28 2015 12:45. Posts 4697
Anyway results: He folded pretty quickly.
Target-x17   Canada. Mar 01 2015 02:21. Posts 1027