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Facing huge all-in with rivered straight on paired / flush board

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FlopDeck    10


$1,000/$2,000 Blinds No Limit Holdem - *** 19 02 2019 21:06:37
Tournament #134943644 $15 + $1.50 - Table #24 9 Max (Real Money)
Seat 1 is the button
Total number of players : 9
Seat 1: Mr.Kantarell ( $155,139 )
Seat 2: Reence ( $70,000 )
Seat 3: FlopDdeck ( $105,367 )
Seat 4: donkbluff05 ( $42,378 )
Seat 5: doodlezjuve ( $58,078 )
Seat 6: kAfRiNiUs ( $38,644 )
Seat 7: BlackHamm3r ( $131,701 )
Seat 9: SweeetLifer ( $51,106 )
Seat 10: jedai111 ( $52,715 )
Mr.Kantarell posts ante [$250]
donkbluff05 posts ante [$250]
doodlezjuve posts ante [$250]
kAfRiNiUs posts ante [$250]
SweeetLifer posts ante [$250]
Reence posts ante [$250]
BlackHamm3r posts ante [$250]
FlopDdeck posts ante [$250]
jedai111 posts ante [$250]
Reence posts small blind [$1,000]
FlopDdeck posts big blind [$2,000]
** Dealing down cards **
Dealt to FlopDdeck [ 3h, 5d ]
donkbluff05 folds
doodlezjuve calls [$2,000]
kAfRiNiUs folds
BlackHamm3r folds
SweeetLifer folds
jedai111 folds
Mr.Kantarell calls [$2,000]
Reence calls [$1,000]
FlopDdeck checks
** Dealing flop ** [ 4d, 2s, Kh ]
Reence checks
FlopDdeck checks
doodlezjuve checks
Mr.Kantarell checks
** Dealing turn ** [ 2d ]
Reence checks
FlopDdeck bets [$5,333]
doodlezjuve folds
Mr.Kantarell calls [$5,333]
Reence folds
** Dealing river ** [ Ad ]
FlopDdeck bets [$13,944]
Mr.Kantarell raises [$147,556] and is all in

Hero......

 

Notes..

57h sample, VPIP: 18, PFR: 9, 3b: 7, AF: 1

 

Villain seems okay. Very polarized jam here.

 

Does villain have enough bluffs and value hands weaker than a straight to make this call? Paired board and FD makes this rather dicey I feel, although, other than A2s I',m not fearing a boat most the time here.. We do have a strong-ish holding though.

 

 

 

 

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turbulence    12

It's kind of a tough spot, but I just dont think villian has any bluffs here especially in a limped pot. Unless you think he's capable of spazz jamming A4 or AK (weird to limp this behind) or has trapped by limping AA behind. My guess would be he limped 44 and boated up on turn or he has the flush. 

 

I like the way you are thinking regarding his value / bluff range and where your hand sits. However, as played I think he is only ever value jamming river, so it would be a sigh fold for me. 

 

 

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negrealanu    10

Line looks fine to me and just need to either bet-fold or check-call river, but I prefer bet-folding when you know you can play perfectly against this type of villain. Reason I say that is you have absolutely no reason to believe this villain has any spazzes against you or a balanced bluff range on this river. This profile of player is simply betting the hand he has. Had you been against someone that gets completely out of line or has a lot of Ax overplays, I like the check-call to keep in bluffs and all the time they value own themselves.

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FlopDeck    10

11 minutes ago, turbulence said:

It's kind of a tough spot, but I just dont think villian has any bluffs here especially in a limped pot. Unless you think he's capable of spazz jamming A4 or AK (weird to limp this behind) or has trapped by limping AA behind. My guess would be he limped 44 and boated up on turn or he has the flush. 

 

I like the way you are thinking regarding his value / bluff range and where your hand sits. However, as played I think he is only ever value jamming river, so it would be a sigh fold for me. 

 

 

Thanks. 

 

You would be absolutely correct to fold. I put it in and he showed the flush. If in this spot yourself would you even bet the turn / river? Perhaps c/c? In hindsight I think I prefer checking it but not sure by any stretch. Been away for some time so very very rusty in these spots. Cheers. 

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FlopDeck    10

3 minutes ago, turbulence said:

I did think about that but I like bet folding better I  think, as we can still get some value from some hands that would otherwise check behind. 

Right, thanks man, I'm more confident in such spots now going forward. I was never a solid player but what I did have has diminished somewhat over a period of 5 or so months away. 

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