I find myself in a 5-bet pot with Ah-Jh, which is exactly where you don’t want to be. How would you handle this situation?

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6 Comments

  • scott says:

    great video as usual…my guess is he had jj or tt…all of his garbage i think wouldve at least bet flop, hoping u didnt have an ace..he either thought his hand had showdown value, or he was convinced that flop smashes your range…given his small 5 bet sizing, your calling range preflop is a lil wider imo…so if u were messing around with your 4 bet youd still be calling the 7k 5 bet. so im surprised he didnt bet once, unless of course he had specifically jj or tt …just a few thoughts….thanks for reading, scott

  • richard Hope says:

    What would I do in this situation? I would probably run to the rest room and puke… I hate being out of position like that…
    He could have had pk T’s or KQ but I’ll take 2:1 he had nothing… So you can delete the ? behind lag kid.. I bet he didn’t last long?
    I love all of your products but these podcast on share my pair are one of my favorites.. And there is something similar I would like to see you do..
    I bet you have enough followers like me that are willing to pay a reasonable fee to watch you live stream small stakes (1-2) cash games??? (4 or 5 hrs)
    At any rate thanks for the podcast and all the other great products and coaching at JonathanLittlePoker .com Great job!!!!

  • Badger says:

    So if he jams river, you call?

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