Re: $1/$2 NLHE: Flopping two pair and getting your bet raised
- From: "John_Brian_K" <a7ecb57@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 25 Jan 2011 09:18:17 -0800
On Jan 24 2011 10:21 PM, - ikabopo - wrote:
Game is $1/$2 NLHE, live in a casino.
UTG limps along with 5 other players, including the SB. I look down in
the BB at Kd2h and check. [Feel free to analyze this decision.]
Nothing to analyze IMO.
Pot is $14. Flop comes Kh 5h 2c.
SB checks. I bet $15. [Feel free to analyze this decision.] UTG
raises to $45. All others fold. Action is back to me. UTG has about
$125 left in his stack, and I have him covered.
I realize that the answer to any poker question is always "it depends",
and that the decision depends and the type of player you are up against
and what you have observed of them and so on. Having said that, I have
three questions about the upcoming decision to be made in this poker
1) Is there any circumstance where I can possibly just fold this hand
right now without it being much too weak of a play?
No there is not. You CAN fold, but it will be considered weak.
2) If you would simply flat-call this bet, what is your precise
rationale for calling and not raising?
To see what he does on the turn.
3) If you choose to re-raise, is there any logical size re-raise other
than all-in? If so, what is that raise size, and why does it make sense
to raise only that much?
Please be as detailed as possible in your responses.
You can gobble and watch his head explode.
I CAN make this shit up!
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