February 10, 2012 - QOTD

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February 10, 2012 - QOTD

Post  Scat Damon on Fri Feb 10, 2012 4:14 pm


You're playing in a six-handed game with blinds at $1/2 and it's folded to you in the cut-off. You raise to $6 with A♣T♣ and the fish on the button makes it $10. A tight ABC player calls in the small blind. The flop comes J♣ 5♣ T♦. The small blind checks, you check and the fish bets $16. The tight player calls and you call as well. The turn comes 5♠. The small blind checks, you check, and the fish checks behind. The river comes A♥. The small blind leads for $60.

Correct Answer: Fold

There's a good chance the small blind has a very big hand here - AJ or KQ or maybe even a full house. A tight player just doesn't bet into two people here with a hand you beat. Not only that, you have to worry about the pre-flop three-betting fish on the button as well. Just fold and move on to the next hand.

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