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Old 04-02-2005, 02:46 AM
pocketdueces81 pocketdueces81 is offline
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Default KK decision

What would you do in this situation?

*****Not concerned with no PF reraise*****

Table Table 36790 (6 max) (Real Money) -- Seat 1 is the button
Total number of players : 6
Seat 1: Lifestyle ( $276.05)
Seat 2: TulsaTimepok ( $654.1)
Seat 3: nicholene ( $529.3)
Seat 4: HoldMKillah1 ( $378)
Seat 5: HERO ( $467)
Seat 6: USCTibs ( $375.9)
TulsaTimepok posts small blind (2)
nicholene posts big blind (4)
** Dealing down cards **
Dealt to Hero [ Kh, Kc ]
HoldMKillah1 folds.
HERO raises (18) to 18
USCTibs folds.
Lifestyle folds.
TulsaTimepok raises (83) to 85
nicholene folds.
HERO calls (67)
** Dealing Flop ** : [ 9c, 4h, Qd ]
TulsaTimepok bets (569.1)
TulsaTimepok is all-In.

Would you call or fold here?
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Old 04-02-2005, 03:11 AM
JimmyJazz1 JimmyJazz1 is offline
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Default Re: KK decision

Fold. I don't see what you beat. I put him on AA or QQ, best case he has KK and you split. Clear fold IMO.
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Old 04-02-2005, 11:51 AM
MindGamez MindGamez is offline
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Default Re: KK decision

Without a read, I'd go allin preflop. His huge reraise looks more like jj/qq than aa.

on the flop, i think you gotta fold like the other dude said the only hand that he can have here that you beat is JJ.
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Old 04-02-2005, 01:20 PM
Cornell Fiji Cornell Fiji is offline
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Default Re: KK decision

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Without a read, I'd go allin preflop. His huge reraise looks more like jj/qq than aa.


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Wrong on many levels. I'll let others elaborate.


To the OP. Please don't just copy hand histories. Use Bison's converter or just write in the hand yourself. Also include all relevant reads etc. As it stands on the river, fold - you just aren't ahead enough to call.

-Steve
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Old 04-02-2005, 01:32 PM
MindGamez MindGamez is offline
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Default Re: KK decision

What? you think this is wrong because the raiser wont call a rereraise allin? All the opponent knows about hero is that he raised 18$ that could mean alot of hands. Provided that hero isnt playin like a rock, an all in could mean AK. I think he's got a good chance of making a lower pair call preflop by goin allin

but its wierd without any reads on anyone at all
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Old 04-02-2005, 02:52 PM
pocketdueces81 pocketdueces81 is offline
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Default Re: KK decision

This hand occured in the first 2 orbits so I have no reads on any of the players. After the hand occured I payed special attention to the villain and he seemed to play a TAG style, I am pretty damn sure he had AA.

I feel like most the time I call this type of all-in bet / or preflop raise on PP i am up against AA. I put the villian on AA-JJ, and I am only ahead of one hand on the flop. I felt like there would be a better chance to get my money in without being dominated.
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