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Old 07-26-2005, 05:40 PM
lapoker17 lapoker17 is offline
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Default Re: 5/10 OOP set vs overpair

I play in a different type of game, but...

If I have an overpair and see a flop like that, and I'm lead into by certain players, I'll muck my overpair on the flop.

The argument that leading with your set into a PF raiser who most likely has an overpair is standard is just wrong.

If you flop a set OOP in an unraised pot, then leading is correct most of the time, but in a raised pot things are much different. If your standard line is to lead into PF raisers (assuming they are not idiots) with your sets, then I think you are leaving money on the table.

My qualifier for this is that if you're playing in very tough/deep games there are more times when leading here may be correct, but against an average opponent, I don't like it.
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Old 07-26-2005, 07:17 PM
bobbyi bobbyi is offline
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Default Re: 5/10 OOP set vs overpair

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Villain is 14/1(!) with 1.24 aggr on the flop and 11 on the turn (to be honest I only found the out the aggression afterwards, and I'm not too sure what this turn aggression means anyway).

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It means that your sample size on villain is too small to be meaningful.
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