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Willem wrote:Calling down is better if he has a draw, as you win 2 bets regardless when he misses but lose less in case he hits. Just calling also gives him the chance to fire on the river with a total bluff. And by just calling down, you lose less to a better hand. The only reason to raise this is to extract one bet extra from a worse 1 pair hand. Making notes on what hands he donks with will go a long way to determining the correct action.
nsidestrate wrote:The flop peel is fine, in my opinion. Against some opponents, I would have raised the flop, but the peel seems standard. Folding getting 9:1 is crazy, especially since you might win the hand if an Ace flops anyhow.
I'm on the fence about the turn raise. It is certainly not true that you will only get action from a better hand. Both a flush draw and a medium pair will likely call you down. Based on the action, I'd tend to put the SB on a random pair like a six and I would probably raise.
I'm going to predict that he actually held 64 and three bet the turn and you then sucked out on him on the river. That makes me happy.
mconstab wrote:If villain bet and CO called on the turn then it makes more sense to raise right to charge the draws out there?
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