Poker Strategy: Pocket Jacks Faces A Lot Of Pressure

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In this hand we flop an underpair with JJ, but our opponent takes a line that represents little value. We think our opponent is on a draw, but can we call off with pocket jacks?

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Poker Strategy: Pocket Jacks Faces A Lot Of Pressure

10 thoughts on “Poker Strategy: Pocket Jacks Faces A Lot Of Pressure

  1. learned a new word from this one: "linear"

    i didn't mind the fold on the river..its a big bet and villain is representing a lot of strength by barrelling like that

  2. Villains turn shove- Was it a sick bluff, a stupid value bet or none of the above? This is where I always get confused when players do stuff like this and I make the wrong decision.

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