I flop top pair versus a tricky, aggressive opponent have to decide if I should bet for two or three streets of value. Would you have bet more aggressively than I did?
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2 thoughts on “Weekly Poker Hand #137”
Love your videos Jonathan, please continue to make these educational resources available weekly. Regarding this hand, how would your play change against a passive-tricky opponent? Are you more inclined to check the river as well? Would you vary your line in any other way? Thanks for putting out so much great material!
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I am not exactly sure how a tricky passive player would go about putting me in a tough spot. If he will essentially never raise (meaning he may call with a few hands that beat me), I would be inclined to value bet the flop and turn for value. Any diamond river is still quite bad, so I would check behind.
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