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  • not that easy of a decision

    I think after he reraises turn all options are defensible

    a few years ago in my headless wild times I would have jammed the turn after his reraise but nowadays I consider this as a worst option

    you could

    a) fold because you could run into a better flush if there is a heart on river
    b) call because he didnt make it that expensive
    c) I dont like allin because no fold equityat all as rhe hand played out so far

    What would you do here ?

    how do you range the villian after his turn action ?

    PokerStars Hand: Tournament $2.28+$0.22 USD Hold'em No Limit - Level I (10/20) -
    9-max Seat #6 is the button
    Seat 1: (2987 in chips)
    Seat 2: (1609 in chips)
    Seat 3: (1725 in chips)
    Seat 4: (1335 in chips)
    Seat 5: (1305 in chips)
    Seat 6: (1455 in chips)
    Seat 7: SB Villian (1465 in chips) 73 BB, 54 hands, 20/15
    Seat 9: BB Hero (1619 in chips) 81 BB
    ante 3
    small blind 10
    big blind 20

    *** HOLE CARDS ***

    Dealt to BB Hero [9h 6h]
    everybody folds to small blind who raises 40 to 60
    BB Hero [9h 6h] calls 40

    *** FLOP *** [Ks 3c Th] POtsize 144

    SB Villian : checks
    BB Hero : checks

    *** TURN *** [Ks 3c Th] [Jh] POtsize 144

    SB Villian bets 60

    BB Hero : raises 140 to 200

    SB Villian raises 360 to 560 and has 842 left (hero covers him)

  • #2
    That board hits everything, I don't think you have much fold equity since you checked the flop. I would have just taken the cheap river and called the initial 60. If you hit, make a polarizing bet like 300-400. Once you raise and he re-raises I would fold since you don't have the direct or implied odds.


    • #3
      ok cool guess what I folded but I am wondering whether this is too weak


      • #4
        No, not too weak... easy and correct fold... You took a shot, but I agree w/ reeeper, ideally, you were hoping to pay 60 to get to a river, where you could assess.
        you're not getting right odds for a draw and no fold equity.