Turn shove w\2nd pair+weak FD and (some)FE

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Turn shove w\2nd pair+weak FD and (some)FE

By Andrey

  • Blinds: $0.25/$0.50
  • MP ($52.78) 106bb
  • CO ($56.90) 114bb (Villain)
  • BTN ($61.60) 123bb (Hero)8h Js 9h 6s
  • SB ($54.84) 110bb
  • BB ($50.00) 100bb
  • UTG ($30.50) 61bb
  • P ($0.75, 6 players)
  • UTG calls $0.50, MP folds, CO raises to $1.50, BTN raises to $5.00, SB folds, BB folds, UTG calls $4.50, CO calls $3.50
  • F ($15.75, 3 players) 3s Jh 5c
  • UTG checks, CO checks, BTN bets $8.94, UTG folds, CO calls $8.94
  • T ($33.63, 2 players) 3s Jh 5c Kh
  • CO checks

villain plays 50\35\3

so pre is $FI50!AA

doesn’t raise much postflop.

what do you think about ranges I’ve put here

result is much different from what I intuitively thought it would be, so what to hear soe thoughts on ranges here

edit: it doesn’t show here for some reason: OTT CO checks, BTN pots, CO folds

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  • Profile photo of Andrey Andrey


    PJ file with ranges for CO

    Profile photo of Nikolaj Nikolaj

    I think ranges are fine and I think it is a clear pot bet on turn. You might even exclude a leading range for Villain which makes betting even more profitable.

    Profile photo of Mikkel Mikkel

    Hmm. Not sure i agre on ranges. Small thing but you have excluded JJ and 55, which he easily could slowplay imo. I’d much rather exclude J5 since this is a tougher hand to slowplay and therefore would be fastplayed most often.

    It doesn’t change much on EV, so it’s still a fine play.

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