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Old 01-14-06, 02:39 PM
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.50/1 NLHE

3 players seeing the flop - blinds and UTG+1



*** FLOP *** [9h Jd Ah]

SmallBlind: bets $2

BigBlind: calls $2

UTG+1: raises $5 to $7

SmallBlind: raises $11 to $18

BigBlind: folds

UTG+1: calls $11

*** TURN *** [9h Jd Ah] [Ts]

SmallBlind: bets $25

UTG+1: raises $65.40 to $90.40 and is all-in

SmallBlind: calls $48.90 and is all-in

*** RIVER *** [9h Jd Ah Ts] [7d]


What does SmallBlind have here? UTG+1? What range of hands do you see SB raising the flop with? And UTG+1 calling?

Answer to come, but let's hear some thoughts...
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Very interesting question. By looking at the hand I see it quite simply as one with numerouse possiblities.

I think UTG has K-Q of hearts. This is why he tries a raise to steal the pot then goes ahead and calls with his straight draws and flush draw. Then the turn gives him the straight and he is off and rolling.

I would have to say the small blind has A-K. Of course with a flop like that he is going to bet and then on the turn I think he is betting thinking he is still good and then he gets pot committed and is forced to call with a very nice but not best hand. Being pot committed sometimes sucks.
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I agree with yearbook ,both of those hands would have been good there.

I might also put UTG+1 on a set, 9s or Js, and the small blind with a strong Ace. It is only .5/1 NL, so after the reraise by the small blind utg+1 might just call the reraise and wait for the small blind to push the turn or make a good opening bet (unless the turn is a danger card, like the 10 of hearts) and call his allin or go ahead and put him all in.

Tex, was there a preflop raise?
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Nope, no pre-flop raise.
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