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  1. Ok with our stacks sizes and no reads on villian, how to proceed here?

    PokerStars Game #49124327353: Tournament #328010376, $3.00+$0.30 USD Hold'em No Limit - Level IX (75/150) - 2010/09/04 10:29:00 PT [2010/09/04 13:29:00 ET]
    Table '328010376 185' 9-max Seat #5 is the button
    Seat 1: D S Craven (10255 in chips)
    Seat 2: pokergrl55 (17905 in chips)
    Seat 3: brainpleaser (2920 in chips)
    Seat 4: nascap (9055 in chips)
    Seat 5: IVYYY NO1 (2375 in chips)
    Seat 6: GrihanSTU (3840 in chips)
    Seat 7: Loleinar (5005 in chips)
    Seat 8: agent_kmv (1930 in chips)
    Seat 9: newspaperman (5395 in chips)
    D S Craven: posts the ante 20
    pokergrl55: posts the ante 20
    brainpleaser: posts the ante 20
    nascap: posts the ante 20
    IVYYY NO1: posts the ante 20
    GrihanSTU: posts the ante 20
    Loleinar: posts the ante 20
    agent_kmv: posts the ante 20
    newspaperman: posts the ante 20
    GrihanSTU: posts small blind 75
    Loleinar: posts big blind 150
    *** HOLE CARDS ***
    Dealt to newspaperman [Qc Qh]
    agent_kmv: folds
    newspaperman: raises 300 to 450
    D S Craven: raises 1050 to 1500
    Add Newspaperman to Rail
  2. well you sure as hell don't fold, and you sure as hell don't call

    that leaves...
    Add JLucky34 to Rail
  3. This is a situation where I would wager all of my remaining chips.
     
    Add AApoker to Rail
  4. Same as 2 responses above - shove and hold pls.
    Add catdoggin to Rail
  5. I would definitely convince myself his bet size was AK and jam.
     
    Add CJDeman to Rail
  6.  
    Originally Posted by CJDeman View Post

    I would definitely convince myself his bet size was AK and jam.

    I agree this has to be a large part of the villians range here (hence my comment "hold pls"). I also see alot of prs that did not want to see the flop - with luck he flips over 88 - JJ (often TT or JJ) but even a small pr would not surprise - he is likely using his stack here to intimidate. If he has an overpr unlucky, gg.

    Sometimes in the villians position here if I think the other player will not be able to fold (that is I have put him on AQ+, JJ+) I will donk shove a deep stack with AA here just to mix things up - it is surprising if u pick ur player well how often this gets paid off particularly at this level - obviously not related to this situ but just a comment
    Edited By: catdoggin Sep 5th, 2010 at 01:08 AM
    Raise
    Add catdoggin to Rail
  7. shove and hope it holds
     
    Add l3iRdMaN to Rail
  8. shove, he flips AA, GG
    Add youngcash to Rail
  9. With those stack sizes and no reads, with antes in play, I'd have to agree with the other posters and say shove.
     
    Add wes_mc to Rail
  10. shove. he has AA. but don't worry, you'll spike a Q on river.
    Add emptypockets to Rail
  11. either way your wrong here imo just shove and hope and pray
    Add dmanpoker12 to Rail
  12. This is shove and high-five the monitor when you hit that beautiful queen on the river to outdraw the overpair.
    Add hushpuckena to Rail

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