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Old 20-07-15, 12:10   #1
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Flopped two pair facing raise

Hi all just looking for opinions on a hand I played recently, limped pot and I had 10 3 in BB, 4 players

Flop was 10 6 3 two hearts

I bet just under pot (Ä7), Ep limper raises to 26 second limper flat calls raise...second limper I know to be very loose player...

I have 160 behind me..what's the best play?
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Old 20-07-15, 13:36   #2
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reads on EP limper?
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Old 20-07-15, 13:42   #3
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reads on EP limper?
Only played against him once before, no real knowledge of his game but seems solid and probably wouldn't 3 bet with air...I put him on a a10 or possibly a weirdly played over pair

Edit: obviously he could also have flopped a set

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Old 20-07-15, 14:00   #4
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Only played against him once before, no real knowledge of his game but seems solid and probably wouldn't 3 bet with air...I put him on a a10 or possibly a weirdly played over pair

Edit: obviously he could also have flopped a set
do you think he ever makes this raise with a strong draw? Has the table been aggro pre-flop, would him limping with a big pair in EP hoping for a raise behind make sense? You'd be surprised how narrow a lot of player's range is when raising this flop, a lot of players would call with a hand in like AT ip and see what develops.
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Old 20-07-15, 14:16   #5
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do you think he ever makes this raise with a strong draw? Has the table been aggro pre-flop, would him limping with a big pair in EP hoping for a raise behind make sense? You'd be surprised how narrow a lot of player's range is when raising this flop, a lot of players would call with a hand in like AT ip and see what develops.
Table has been fairly agg pre flop, I don't remember checking a BB before this one, some previous limping and then 4 betting from EP but not from player in question, he could be betting a draw but I'm almost certain player two is flushing so it makes it less likely he is too...
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Old 20-07-15, 16:53   #6
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Out of 3 options I like flatting the least.
there are a lot of draws there, raise it up
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Old 20-07-15, 19:28   #7
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Out of 3 options I like flatting the least.
there are a lot of draws there, raise it up
I shoved

Player one reluctantly threw in his remaining 75, player 2 tanked for about 90 seconds and called also.

Turn was Kh

River was Ah

So the more astute among you will appreciate I didn't like much like my hand after the turn and river Any guesses to what each player had?
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Old 20-07-15, 19:46   #8
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45h or 78h would make sense for drawer.
Pair 9s, Js or Qs with a heart for EP
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Old 20-07-15, 20:29   #9
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45h or 78h would make sense for drawer.
Pair 9s, Js or Qs with a heart for EP
Nice shout on EP, he had QQ with a heart and won the main pot with flush

Player 2 turned over A3 to win side pot with aces up....i'm still trying to figure out how he called my 4 bet with bottom pair and no heart
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Old 20-07-15, 22:01   #10
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Bloody hell,seek out player 2 as much as you can
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Quick question, this is the closest thread to my question that I can find, sorry. I’m looking for anyone that has any information on whether importing hands from a site like hhdealer.com into PT4 or HM2 will give you an advantage, like on Stars or PartyPoker? Any information would be helpful, thanks guys!
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Quick question, this is the closest thread to my question that I can find, sorry. Iím looking for anyone that has any information on whether importing hands from a site like [Shilly McShillerson] into PT4 or HM2 will give you an advantage, like on Stars or PartyPoker? Any information would be helpful, thanks guys!
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