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Old 07-07-2005, 05:18 PM
newfant newfant is offline
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i'm curious what people think SB and Button have since i think 2 posters have said they'd call the river because of the size of the pot- which is that big because it was capped on the flop by the way. i could possibly be persuaded to call the turn as we have 5 outs to improve if SB is just betting his 2 pair here.

i thought you only called the river if there was a reasonable chance you had the best hand. you really think your top pair is good here? Button caps the flop, calls the turn, and reraises the river? and you think your T is still good especially with SB still calling? curious.

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Honestly, I can't see any reasonable hand that we beat on the river here. I just cannot fold the river when I'm finishing the action, I have top pair, and there are 15 BBs in the pot. I think it is a small leak to call that river raise here.

The larger leak occurred either when we didn't fold on the turn or when we didn't fold to that first river bet or when we kept pumping the flop.
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Old 07-07-2005, 05:18 PM
TomBrooks TomBrooks is offline
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i'm curious what people think SB and Button have since i think 2 posters have said they'd call the river

[/ QUOTE ] I missed the river raise the first time I looked at this and said don't fold. I like the first River call with Top Pair even though it looks like SB might have a straight, but Folding to Button's Raise after two callers looks safe and +EV.
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