All in pre/post flop

Chopper755Chopper755 Red Chipper Posts: 14 ✭✭

I have been playing 4NL micro stakes and have been used to villains 2 betting all in pre flop every so often. Usually an easy fold unless I have a premium hand.

Recently however I have come across villains going all in out of position on the river when heads up.

I am finding this kind of play quite hard to deal with as not sure if it is a bluff, someone protecting their hand or if they have say a set. The boards have been both dynamic and static.

Have other people had experience of this type of player and if so do you just wait until you have the near nuts before calling?

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  • Ori13_TTVOri13_TTV PennsylvaniaRed Chipper Posts: 94 ✭✭
    typically this is done when an opponent has a premium hand and failed to check raise on the turn or spiked it on the river and now theyre wondering how to get paid. they dont trust that youll bet for them, so they feel like they have to bet just to make sure.
  • Chopper755Chopper755 Red Chipper Posts: 14 ✭✭
    Thanks for the response, it’s really useful.

    Also had someone a couple of nights ago that would do this on the flop.

    Is it the same thing in that scenario? They have flopped the Nuts?

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