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Old 11-30-2005, 03:50 PM
tinhat tinhat is offline
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Default Re: schlep turn play?

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Is this standard pre-flop limp for others? I could see limping

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I don't want anybody to get the wrong idea; this hand here isn't even on my radar; but:

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Tbl was encouraging this kind of thing early

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Watching lots of limps do you think this hand is just good enough to take a peek once in awhile? Maybe it's too marginal even for that?

Mike
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Old 11-30-2005, 05:12 PM
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Default Re: schlep turn play?

gday mike,

I think pf is fine if the table is loose/passive. I play this all the time from MP with a limper, assuming there isnt any real aggression behind me.

I think the river is an easy call. Hes telling you he has you beat by capping the turn, raising here commits you to putting 3bets in on the river almost always and im not comfortable with doing that.
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Old 11-30-2005, 05:16 PM
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Default Re: schlep turn play?

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Is this standard pre-flop limp for others? I could see limping this in the CO or Button with passive blinds, but MP seems a bit early and I think we get raised from behind too often.

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I also think its a bit early for this limp but off of PF, there are many hands that could have you here, so a call is fine, maybe w/ the Ahigh flush i raise, but with the 8, a call seems good
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