Should I have folded these Aces?

OddzManOutOddzManOut Red Chipper Posts: 15 ✭✭
edited June 6 in Online Poker Hands
No Limit Hold'em $0.01/$0.02
Winning Poker Network
6 players
Formatted by Poker HUD for Mac and Windows

UTG - UTG ($4.31)
MP - MP ($4.33)
CO - Hero ($1.79)
BTN - BTN ($2.12)
SB - SB ($2.00)
BB - BB ($0.80)

Preflop: ($0.03, 6 players) Hero is CO with As Ac
2 folds, Hero raises to $0.04, 1 fold, BB raises to $0.23, Hero raises to $0.42, BB calls $0.19

Flop: 5d 6h Kh ($0.85, 3 players - BB: $0.38, Hero: $1.37, BTN: $2.12)
BB bets $0.38 (all-in), 1 fold, Uncalled bet of $0.38 returned to BB

Total Pot: $0.85

BB wins $0.81


  • TheGameKatTheGameKat Las VegasPosts: 5,479 -
    edited June 7
    The action is messed up somehow. Did button call twice pre? They're apparently there on the flop. You can never fold basically any hand for this price, which is one reason (depending on if the button is there or not) you should have likely put BB AI pre.
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  • JoeOffsuitJoeOffsuit Red Chipper Posts: 639 ✭✭✭
    It's costing you 0.38 to win 1.23
    That means your Aces only need to be good 0.38/(1.23+0.38) = 24% of the time for this call to be +EV
    Villain can have so many KX's, straight draws, flush draws, and pure bluffs here, that I actually think the Aces are going to be good more than 50% of the time. But you just need to go through all the hands and bluffs villain might make this shove with (weighting the draws by the likelihood of making the draw), and then see if you are good 24% of the time.

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