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  1. No problem with the call here, but often times in this spot you’ll be behind sets and two pairs. It varies heavily on stakes and player pool. As someone mentioned prior, you’ll see weird plays like this in 1/2 a lot more frequently, so not a bad call. Given the stack sizes, Idt you can ever fold in this spot given preflop action. My only advice besides that is to bump up your sizing (unless this was online). In live sessions, your $7 open is too small, even for $1/2. I’d make it at least $10-$15 pf. $10 bet on flop is also not charging draws enough on this board where opponents can/will have gutshots and flush draws, not to mention top pairs you’re ahead of. $10 is giving them too good of a price to outdraw you (even blocking Q high straight). You got max value here with Villain’s ill-advised flop jam.

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  4. You sound like you just give away $

  5. None of that was advice. You just berated how I played the hand. Like I said, I never asked for a hand critique, the thread’s title is How to play your range vs stations…

  6. This was heads up Hero AJs in BB, Villain with Q4o BTN. OOP I checked flop, he bet small, I called. Turn A, I checked, V again bet identical size of the flop bet( 1/5 pot on the turn) and I check raised 3.5x, he called. I check/called river. As played I didn’t cbet flop, the x/r on turn was a bit spewy but idk how he’d have a 4 after 5x pf raise, even knowing V is loose

  7. I’m calling this most of the time though it’s player dependent. Unless you have a player profile on him prior, V can have draws, a worse Jack, etc. plenty of hands that you have beat. I’d call and re-evaluate on the turn. V could be taking an aggressive line here knowing that low stakes players often are passive and overfold to aggression unless they have the nuts. Like I said, player/situation dependent, but this is -EV play in the long run. Can’t always fold equity cause you’re afraid of 2-3 combos V could have

  8. I assume you are playing a $1/$2 game based on the straddle size.

  9. $1/2 were the stakes. 1st hand my stack was ~$240. Did I misplay these or was I just unlucky with the runouts iyo?

  10. Rick Salomon. Dude is a psycho but gets paid the max when he hits the board. One of the most entertaining to watch imo. Dario Minieri honorable mention

  11. I have ADD and take like 2.5-5mg addies for live sessions regularly and I think it just helps me lock-in. I think it’s useful for me, but is really subjective depending on the person. Addy can also effect your emotional control and responses differently than without it, which definitely changes your game for better or worse. One thing I can def tell you is too much tends to stress me out and play with more ego than sound fundamentals.

  12. $25 cards with a $10 felt topper 😂

  13. Hit an 8 outer on the river to suckout on a 3 way all in $130 pot in last night’s .25/.50 home game. Started 8 handed, then threw in some omaha hands once we hit 5 handed.

  14. Hit an 8 outer on the river to suckout on a 3 way all in $130 pot in last night’s .25/.50 home game. Started 8 handed, then threw in some omaha hands once we hit 5 handed.

  15. Hit an 8 outer on the river to suckout on a 3 way all in $130 pot in last night’s .25/.50 home game. Started 8 handed, then threw in some omaha hands once we hit 5 handed.

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