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    Default how would you play

    I have been active and lag
    villian is a loose/passive in ep
    his 3b pf looks like 88+, ATo+, A7s+, 10Js, QJs, KJs

    On the flop, I would range him like this:


    JJ+,99,ATs+,KQs,ATo+,KQo, giving me 33% equity.

    would you play differently?
    Last edited by dmakf; July 13th, 2016 at 09:57 AM.

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    i have been lag and he's passive

    what range do u put villian on?
    Last edited by dmakf; July 13th, 2016 at 09:58 AM.

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    Can you repost the HH and start from scratch again. Both posts are messed up a little.
    Quote Originally Posted by Jonathan Little View Post
    I typed out a nice long reply then I realized it said almost the exact same thing as jjpregler said right above me.


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    sorry guys:

    looking for input on how you would play pf, flop, turn river
    Holdem Hand History

    $5.00 $0.50 USD Hold'em No Limit - Level IV (60/120) - 2016/07/11 10:45:33 PT [2016/07/11 13:45:33 ET] - - - // 12: AM
    Blinds: 60 / 120 Pot: 180



    PREFLOP: Pot: 315
    Player Stack BBS M Action Amount BBS New Pot Hand
    UTG1 HERO 10,299 85.8 57.2 RAISE 360 3.0 675 J Q
    UTG2 8,264 68.9 45.9 RAISE 840 7.0 1,515
    UTG3 12,375 103.1 68.8 FOLD
    MP1 9,058 75.5 50.3 FOLD
    HJ 19,300 160.8 107.2 FOLD
    CO 9,112 75.9 50.6 FOLD
    BT 11,547 96.2 64.2 FOLD
    SB 8,688 72.4 48.3 FOLD
    BB 3,178 26.5 17.7 FOLD
    UTG1 HERO 9,939 82.8 55.2 CALL 480 4.0 1,995
    FLOP: 9 K Q Pot: 1,995
    Player Stack Action Amount BBS % Pot New Pot
    UTG1 HERO 9,459 BET 820 6.8 41% 2,815
    UTG2 7,424 RAISE 2,528 21.1 90% 5,343
    UTG1 HERO 8,639 CALL 1,708 14.2 7,051
    TURN: 9 K Q T Pot: 7,051
    Player Stack Action Amount BBS % Pot New Pot
    UTG1 HERO 6,931 CHECK
    UTG2 4,896 BET 4,583 38.2 65% 11,634
    UTG1 HERO 6,931 RAISE 6,916 57.6 59% 18,550
    UTG2 313 CALL 298 2.5 18,848
    RIVER: 9 K Q 9 Pot: 18,848

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    I would be giving this player a very narrow range here. You label him as passive and he is in EP and elects to raise you. If he is truly passive, I'm thinking closer to top 5% of hands (99+, AJs+, KQs, AKo). That may be too narrow of a range, but whenever I see real passive players raise in this situation it's usually a pretty strong range as they tend to limp or just call with a large portion of their range.

    As played I may or may not call depending on the situation and player. Here - with this hand and stack size - I would call getting 4:1 odds to see a flop, but I would proceed with lots of caution.

    Flop - I would ch and call with the intention of seeing what develops and ch folding on cards that did not help me improve my equity on the turn.

    This flop drills his/her range and even hands that missed have some equity against you so I would not be looking to build a big pot.

    Turn - I am confused by the runout. The turn shows the Tc and the River shows the 9s?

    I am assuming the final board is 9c Ks Qh Tc 9s?

    If so, your turn bet got the result you wanted.

    I would be thinking what is the best way to get this passive players chips in the middle. They have shown nothing but aggression so far and from a passive player this is usually a Set, Two Pair, or grossly overplayed AK. Whatever it is they appear ready to play for their stack. Leading into them here with a decent bet is a good way to get at minimum a call and even a raise like your example.

    The 9 on the river is a pretty sick card though.
    Last edited by GingerNinja; July 13th, 2016 at 04:05 PM.

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    Preflop 1: Likely fold. Raising is ok.

    Preflop 2: Call, but understand you are behind his range and you are calling for speculative value. Even at that, your implied odds are marginal here, due to the positional disadvantage.

    Flop 1: CHECK!

    Flop 2: What the hell were you thinking?

    Turn: Is the first decision I completely agree with in this hand.
    Quote Originally Posted by Jonathan Little View Post
    I typed out a nice long reply then I realized it said almost the exact same thing as jjpregler said right above me.


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