[NL4] Betting the river on a scarecard

TuffTuff Red Chipper Posts: 148 ✭✭
edited December 2015 in Online Poker Hands


I decide to check this coordinated flop and see what villain does.

v. bets smallish and i think he has flushdraw or a weak ace.

The turncard doesn't change much and i decide to check again. Again v. bets small ad this sounds weak to me. Should we x/r here and push him of the hand? I dont think he would fold a pair or something like A7 or 76. I decide to call and see if we can hit a J or 10.

Then the river looks like a good card for us to take the hand down with a bet.

I bet pot to rep AK and let any weak Ace fold.

I think the hand is fine as played. Or should we bet 2/3 pot?
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  • SplitSuitSplitSuit RCP Coach Posts: 4,069 -
    This player bet small on the flop (something a good player does?)

    Then bets small against on the turn (something a good player does?)

    Based upon the answers to the above questions, do you think he folds any pair or just whiffed draws?
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  • TuffTuff Red Chipper Posts: 148 ✭✭
    His flopbet is weak so i can call at least 1 time. (i dont think cbetting here is fine)

    The only pair i can give him here is 66 and i dont think he wil fold that on a flopbet or a turnbet with a gutshot and only one overcard. He would not fold flushdraw or A4, A6.

    Thats why i choose x/c instead double barreling myself.

    On the river he can have a weak ace (A4, A6) that beats me and thats why i bet that K on the river.
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