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was i right to fold here

lfccarllfccarl Member Posts: 728
PlayerActionCardsAmountPotBalance
tonygutSmall blind£0.02£0.02£0.83
wardstar84Big blind£0.04£0.06£2.44
Your hole cards
  • A
  • A
lfccarlRaise£0.16£0.22£6.21
evens09Call£0.16£0.38£5.36
tonygutFold
wardstar84Fold
Flop
  • Q
  • 10
  • K
lfccarlBet£0.20£0.58£6.01
evens09Raise£0.44£1.02£4.92
lfccarlCall£0.24£1.26£5.77
Turn
  • 8
lfccarlCheck
evens09Bet£1.26£2.52£3.66
lfccarlFold
evens09Muck
evens09Win£1.16£4.82
evens09Return£1.26£0.10£6.08

Comments

  • lfccarllfccarl Member Posts: 728
    edited August 31
    my tag on him as passive player
  • CarnageCarnage Member Posts: 40
    Yes. See my post in the poker clinic.
  • percival09percival09 Member Posts: 3,804
    I'd say without spewy reads it's a good fold, wp
  • percival09percival09 Member Posts: 3,804
    edited September 2
    It's worth considering our opponents' range. If he calls here with a bunch of lower suited connectors, J8s kinda hands too, Axs kinda hands - we might have reason to call with the appropriate read. However, even in that situation, another thing which makes this an even clearer fold though is that we hold the Ac, thus blocking their most likely bluffing combinations. Blockers play important roles in all of our decisions. On one hand we are blocking the nuts, but on the other we are a) losing to any value hand and b) blocking most likely bluffs.
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