Sweeney. Live $2/$5 One-Pair Hands

SplitSuit analyzes some live $2/$5 hands all of which involve Hero holding one pair. Please leave any questions or comments on this video below.
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  • SicSemperSicSemper Red Chipper Posts: 112 ✭✭
    Hey Split, with KK in that last hand, I'm just confused about one thing with your recommendation to check back. With a passive villain holding so much that doesn't connect in this spot, wouldn't flop be the place that we're able to get a street most reliably, With hands like :Qc:Jc , :9s:9d and :6h:7h where a passive V has their most reason for optimism, and when top pair is only about a third of their range?
  • SplitSuitSplitSuit RCP Coach Posts: 4,057 -
    edited November 2018
    sorry for the delay in responding. one quick thing from your comment:
    SicSemper wrote: »
    Hey Split, with KK in that last hand, I'm just confused about one thing with your recommendation to check back. With a passive villain holding so much that doesn't connect

    Yup, agreeing so far...
    SicSemper wrote: »
    wouldn't flop be the place that we're able to get a street most reliably

    Now I'm confused =(

    If V misses this flop a ton, why would we be able to get called here reliably? Yes, V likely peels 99 and 87, but are they really peeling backdoor draws? Are they ever folding better (now or later)? Would they make more turn/river mistakes with their flop misses if we checked or bet the flop?

    I hope those questions guide your exploration!
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