How to Cope With Scare Cards in No Limit Holdem?

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How to Cope With Scare Cards in No Limit Holdem?

10 thoughts on “How to Cope With Scare Cards in No Limit Holdem?

  1. You never mentioned the possibility of him having AK. A call on a rainbow flop with AK can't be out of the question, can it? That would make his check-raise on the turn make a lot more sense. You could argue most players would reraise preflop with AK, but you said yourself he is a weak player and many players don't want to go broke with AK. If he had AK, would you argue that he played his hand perfectly? (ie he got his money in when he was ahead)

  2. You really don't think he could have had KQ, KJ, maybe even AK? A lot of players, especially beginners and just stubborn ones will float the flop with two overs, especially if they with both backdoor straight and backdoor flush. In fact, I think, given the deep stacks, such a float would be legit. You could have had anything and just made a smaller than standard C-bet…Only calling with those hands preflop would seem reasonable too.. even with AK he might not have raised because of bad position or to give his hand a bit of deception.

    And on the turn, was his play really that bad with all those outs? Let's say he makes a real raise to 90 or 100…can you possibly call that? I'd say he screwed up by not raising more there…

    and on the river is it that that bad? he doesn't really have any way to know you are as strong as you are..if you have a weak ten, pocket 88, 99, or a missed draw yourself…lots of missed draws on that board.

  3. u called and he "mucked right away". i hate when i win a hand and it takes the guy a couple of minutes to muck after he's beat.

  4. all this genre of range speculation is full of bad. sometimes this sometimes that, most of the Time this, blah, blah. not everyone goes thru logic the same way, even if there is concrete reason to justify one move over the other. really people listen to all these new guys talking poker theory and count the number of times they say Usually or IF or sometimes or most times or I think or I feel or I assume He would or He wouldn't. Smh.

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