In this episode, we flop a set in a 3-bet pot. Now it's time to get value... but how?Read More
There goes the fish who two-outed me on the river bluff raising KK into my set of jacks on an A-high board on the turn. Here comes the old reg against whom my “float to bluff” turned “rivered gutshot” turned “perceived suckout” still brings back feelings of animosityRead More
When villain raised, I was honestly very confused. I really just didn’t (and still don’t) see what hands he’s credibly repping. At the time, I thought AA/KK/AQ were basically the only value hands he could have here (AA/KK somewhat discounted as they’d often bet OTF). In hindsight, 35s may also be possible. However, I think at least some of the time villain would flat with those hands in order to induce a second barrel from me on the river.Read More
Should hero have flatted the flop or bluffed the river? Find out here!Read More
"Alvin" writes into the show to ask about a weird spot where he flopped a pair plus monster draw against two very loose players.Read More
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To recap the hand:
Location: MGM National Harbor
Preflop: UTG limps, MP raises to 25 (2500), CO calls 25 (1000), Button calls 25 (1000), SB folds, Hero raises to 150 in BB w/ A5o, Hero covers, folds to CO who calls, Button calls.
Flop: 852r (475)
Hero bets 250, CO folds, Button jams 850, Hero calls. Button has J8o
To check out this week's podcast breakdown of the hand, click here.
Only the CO could have 99-JJ in their range here. Against these hands with an SPR of about 1.5, Jack shouldn't plan on getting them to fold on the flop or the turn.Read More