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3-Bet BLUFFING! [TOUGH RIVER]

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jonathan

Sometimes, you will bluff preflop and then end up with a marginal hand. Would you use this an opportunity to continue bluffing, or would you turn it into a bluff catcher? Get your 4-handed charts now at https://pages.pokercoaching.com/4max​. POKER COACHING: PokerCoaching.com has grown and now offers top-level coaching from myself, Jonathan Jaffe, Matt Affleck, Faraz Jaka, Michael Acevedo, Lexy Gavin, Tristan Wade, Alex Fitzgerald, and Evan Jarvis!
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I would really consider reraising The River here. Representing JJ and upwards. It comes down to my read on the opponent, if my opponent is a stubborn call station i probably would not. If my opponent is a really strong player it’s more likely i would throw in a raise of like 6000. It’s really hard to put my opponent on a hand in this spot, i have little to no info. He raised preflop, he check called the flop and lead out river. He can basically have any hand that is in his preflop raising range. And even with a better part of his range in this spot, the A10. If he faces a reraise on the river it’s a pretty difficult spot. That you yourself block some flushdraws he could have comes into the equation. More likely he is not on a flushdraw. Pretty close for me whether i decide to turn my hand into a bluff on the river or not.

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It was a block bet, not a value bet! If you had raised, he would have folded. If had been bluffing, or value betting, he would have bet much bigger.

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This is not at all true, especially on this board. Big bets are polarizing bets, nuts and bluffs. Villain has very few nut hands with this runout. I would think we expect him to raise otf a lot with a set or a non-nfd, so AT is one of the best hands we expect to see at sd, which means smaller bets to get called by worse hands.

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