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You have TT.
Do you stack off with an overpair listed here?

I not too long ago tried out a thing new on YouTube. I analyzed a 1-dilemma quiz that I handed out before this year. The suggestions on the format of this movie was fantastic – so I figured we could attempt it once more.

To that end, listed here is a rapid 1-dilemma quiz. You get the hand, all of the suitable info, and then you pick your line.

Sound pleasurable?

Okay, listed here is the info:

“I had been sitting at the desk with this participant for about four hours. I identified it quite straightforward to pin him to ranges, as he was very tight and nitty.

I am a quite LAG participant, and opened virtually all of my buttons. Having said that, I was nevertheless confident the nit would only 3bet me with JJ+/AQ+ and never any suited connectors and so forth. Considering that I opened my buttons so extensive, and only referred to as his 3bet, I figured the flop nailed my selection a lot far more than the nit’s.

The nit tanked right before calling the change wager.”

The nit checks to you on a brick river. Simply click the url at the top rated of the description box and decide if you want to verify-driving, make a compact worth wager, or jam it in. If I get above one,000 replies, I’ll do an in-depth breakdown of this hand and demonstrate you how your reply in comparison to anyone else’s. Quick peasy!

Good luck.

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22 comments

  1. Assuming you've assessed his range correctly that he is the nit you think he is and this nit perceives you as a LAG on the button, the question is read based. We know with a reasonable degree of certainty that he wiffed the board entirely unless he just happened to be holding 2 diamonds.

    Sooo, as for the reads…

    – If you think his perception of your table image is "wild and crazy" and you get the sense that he's a nit with a backbone, then check. You may actully be good because a strong and aware nit could hero call a player with a wild table image down with A high…but we're really going for thin value at that point. You close the action…small hands, small pots. You're not likely to get this guy to fold.

    – If you think he's intimidated by your play and is more of a weak-tight nit, then you can fire again…but again be sure to be cognizant of live reads. Even weak tight players get fed up with getting run over and will stand up for themselves from time to time. He did call your turn bet. Did he seem happy about that? If you can tell he's genuinely confident or indignant, you may well get a call you don't want and the risk/reward is simply unfavorable to fire again.

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  2. if ur reads are correct he has more winning hand possibilities. jj+ AQd+ (26 hands0 Losing hands AdQ+ (6 hands) i was just thinking only carry on to turn for backdoor but not sure about carry on to river coz over cards to board. And possibly with 1 tie hand TT. so seeing all that check for me

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  3. Assuming you've assessed his range correctly that he is the nit you think he is and this nit perceives you as a LAG on the button, the question is read based. We know with a reasonable degree of certainty that he wiffed the board entirely unless he just happened to be holding 2 diamonds.

    Sooo, as for the reads…

    – If you think his perception of your table image is "wild and crazy" and you get the sense that he's a nit with a backbone, then check. He may well call you down with A high in this spot.

    – If you think he's intimidated by your play and is more of a weak-tight nit, then you can fire again…but again be sure to be cognizant of live reads. Even weak tight players get fed up with getting run over and will stand up for themselves from time to time. He did call your turn bet. Did he seem happy about that? If you can tell he's genuinely confident or indignant, you may well get a call and the risk/reward is simply unfavorable to fire again.

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  4. Check down is good (larger raise to open!)

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  5. I'd check–A flush draw with 2 overcards (i.e. AdQd) makes the most sense; if he had an overpair like JJ-AA, he'd bet out at least one of the streets. A 9 or a 2 doesn't make any sense as a holding. Calling overcards w/o a flush draw would be a pretty lousy play and he may fold the river to an all-in. So flush draw with 2 overcards is the only hand that makes sense in this situation, so I'd check.

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  6. I doubt hes checking flop with jj+ or aqdd/akdd. So i would take all of those out of his range. He could be 3betting 77/88 pre due to our image and would take a check call line on flop and turn. He would also take this line with ak with a single diamond. I really feel like V has underpair or ace high here waaaay more than overpairs. I bet a size i think ace highs can call. 150.

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  7. Check behind because nit isn't folding to a jam if he's not folding to a giant turn bet.

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  8. I think you should shove.
    Betting small just gives any type of overpair, or whatever showdown value he has, to good odds to call and beat you.
    Also the opponent called twice and didnt bet the river, which i think means that he has some kind of Showdown value but no Monster. I also think if i was the opponent with QQ or KK and I face a shove i would find it very hard to call because there is not much i could beat.
    On the other hand i dont think there is much that we could beat if we check back.
    So I would decide to kinda turn our TT into a bluff and shove.

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  9. Assuming hero’s read is 100% correct, this is a shove on the river. Maybe once in a blue moon Villain has AdQd or AdKd when calling both flop and turn, but mainly, again, if H’s read is correct, V is calling flop and turn wih JJ+. I would never have bet that much with this hand on that flop (or turn for that matter) but, as played, it’s hard for us to have much worse here (JhTh? 7h8h maybe? 8Ts?) not many combos if we even have them in the first place. Also if V EVER has a 9, it’s probably going to be 99 or 9Ts, the latter of which is impossible for him to have. Bluff jam, expect a fold from better very often.

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  10. Tough spot. In my opinion the Nit have only one combo with 9 (quad 9's). He could have the flush (AQs).
    In the button, hero could have T9s, J9s.. A9s. He could easily rep a 9 or a flush, cause he opened in the button and call the 3-bet. With that in mind, I think I could turn it into a bluff and shove it, if the opponent has notions of ranges, if he has some experience in the table. If you are not sure, I check and hope for the best.

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  11. Checkaroo.

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  12. Check

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  13. I think shove. If nit is even a little bit nitty, he's OOP, Hero is betting an amount which denies correct pot odds so he wouldn't really be taking this line with an AJ+ of spades. If anything he might raise the flop. Being nitty, he is definitely the player that could fold overpairs on such a runout, and given that the flush hits, it is even more scary for him. He doesn't even necessarily have to have AA all the time, he could have QQ and be afraid of an overpair himself. I think this is such a good opportunity for the triple barrel

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  14. check 100%

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  15. This is my logic . .

    If Hero's read on the 'nit' is correct then we're looking at the over-pair. I don't think they're calling the turn bet with anything else. It might seem that they are basically pot committed at that point and that a bet is counter-productive, but I think that the nit would have hated the diamond on the river and could be convinced to 'find the fold button' to a shove.

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  16. exciting

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  17. Fold

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  18. AAAAAAAAAAAAALLIIIIIIIN

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  19. Check obviously. What is a nit gonna have in this situation where he calls with worse?

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  20. Check.

    JJ QQ ETC…

    He check all streets because he afraid from 9

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  21. check, only better hands will call your bet

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  22. Assuming that he is profiling the nit correctly, I feel that it is almost 100% a check back here. There are many stronger hands that can go for 3 streets of value mainly KK, AA, any 9 and flushes. Even if he wasn't a nit, it's still not a clear value bet as what can really call you here that 10s beat? Is an AK going to call the river? Are you turning your 10s into a bluff where you can get mainly a fold from JJ, QQ? I don't see many other hands that villain could fold. His range is pretty capped here. So yeah definitely a check back for me.

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