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We have major set KKK but get Raised on a rainbow flop. DAFAQ? [Heads up] [three/three]





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7 comments

  1. you play with realla money

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  2. A check raise at the turn would have helped you to gain a lot of info..

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  3. hey Goonjan another great sexy vid!! i like your line just would have much more preferred just a raise to around 15k because i if hes a good player the only hand you can get value from is pocket 5's and he has you beat most of the time he calls your all in

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  4. If you have A4 and 64s in range you could probably min-raise KK and your straights and some bluffs, and fold KK to a jam. You'll have 16c of A4, 4c of 64s and 6c of KK. So vs a Jam you probably would need to defend less than half your range, so I think you could safely fold KK in that spot, and defend with A4 and 64s.

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  5. K4 it's better to call river than KJ, you block 64s and A4. At the river it's better to block than linearize your calling range.

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  6. Keep up the videos Goonjan. I lived in India for 6 years 2006-2012 in Delhi and Goa. I played poker from time to time on the riverboats in Panjim but the rake was insane.(They were taking 10% with NO cap) I read that poker is really taking off in India now and I am enjoying your videos as part of that. Go Go Go!

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  7. You are probably not bluffing enough if you think your opponent won't call that shove with two pair or a set of threes. You could have A3h, A5h, AQh, AJh, T9h or even a bare A5, A3, QQ, JJ that you turned into a bluff. If you bluff at a more optimal percentage then you will even get looked up sometimes in that spot with weak kings and pocket pairs 99+. Also consider the profit you will make bluffing if your opponent only calls when he has the nuts. How often does he really hold the magic cards? Mostly not.

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