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$33 7.5k GTD 6Max Final Table spot

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Fiskers1982    10

This spot is from the final table of the $33 6max 7.5k guaranteed on Americas Cardroom.  Down to 4 players where I hold a slight chiplead with 48 BB.  I was wondering if this hand should be a 3bet/call, flat oop, or correct as played.  Also any thoughts on ICM would also be very helpful. 

 

Villian Stats:

VP35

PR26

3B9

CB33

Sample Size:  122 Hands

Position:  Button

 

My stats at the time:

VP21

PR16

3B10

CB74

Position:  SB

 

Winning Poker Network Game #1378899662: No Limit Holdem (12,000/24,000) [2019/02/18 00:34:00 UTC]
Table: $7,500 GTD 6-Max, Table 27
Tournament: 9436538
Seats: 6
Seat 1: typarks2316 (618,234)
Seat 3: pythonshark (859,498)
Seat 4: SableJewel (1,158,662)
Seat 5: YumYummm (1,133,606)
Button is seat 3
SableJewel: antes 3,000
YumYummm: antes 3,000
typarks2316: antes 3,000
pythonshark: antes 3,000
SableJewel: posts small blind 12,000
YumYummm: posts big blind 24,000
*** HOLE CARDS ***
SableJewel: dealt [Ts Tc]
typarks2316: folds
pythonshark: raises 78,000
SableJewel: raises all-in 1,143,662
YumYummm: folds
pythonshark: raises all-in 778,498
SableJewel: pulls back uncalled bet 299,164
*** FLOP *** [9h Ac 6d]
*** TURN *** [9h Ac 6d] [7d]
*** RIVER *** [9h Ac 6d] [7d] [Jh]
*** SUMMARY ***
Pot: 1,748,996 | Rake: 0 |
Board: [9h Ac 6d 7d Jh]
Seat 1: typarks2316 lost -3,000
Seat 3: pythonshark won 1,748,996 (+889,498) [Kc Ad] One Pair, Aces
Seat 4: SableJewel lost -859,498 [Ts Tc] One Pair, Tens
Seat 5: YumYummm lost -27,000

 

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FlopDeck    10

Tricky spot. I think your shove is too hefty with stacks so even, especially over a 3.25x open. I'd expect villains calling range to smoke TT, despite us having a flip this time round. I would strongly consider 9.5x 3b and fold to a 4b / shove. Kinda hate life folding TT but kinda hate it calling it off also. 

 

What could villains call range look like in this spot...

 

TT+, AK, AKs. Maybe AQs? Maybe. Even if we give villain call range AQs and pairs as low as 77 we're still slightly behind this range. Remove 77-TT and we're utterly smashed. 

 

Villain 4b / shove range vs SB 3b could arguably be same as call off but again even if we add in some "speculative" shoves with hands like 77, 88 etc we're still behind. 

 

I'd prefer to 3b here rather than go for it - especially with BB having enough chips to cripple us also - and sigh fold to 4b / shove.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Fiskers1982    10

6 hours ago, FlopDeck said:

Tricky spot. I think your shove is too hefty with stacks so even, especially over a 3.25x open. I'd expect villains calling range to smoke TT, despite us having a flip this time round. I would strongly consider 9.5x 3b and fold to a 4b / shove. Kinda hate life folding TT but kinda hate it calling it off also. 

 

What could villains call range look like in this spot...

 

TT+, AK, AKs. Maybe AQs? Maybe. Even if we give villain call range AQs and pairs as low as 77 we're still slightly behind this range. Remove 77-TT and we're utterly smashed. 

 

Villain 4b / shove range vs SB 3b could arguably be same as call off but again even if we add in some "speculative" shoves with hands like 77, 88 etc we're still behind. 

 

I'd prefer to 3b here rather than go for it - especially with BB having enough chips to cripple us also - and sigh fold to 4b / shove.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Thanks I was kind of expecting to hear that i overplayed this spot...3 bet folding does seem proper here.  I guess i thought villian would be more weighted towards the bottom of his range given his stats.

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