Question of the Day

Question of the Day : No-Limit Hold'em – Tuesday, April 17, 2018

Your Hand
Small blind


In this hand of a six-max game online a loose player in middle position raises to $8. Another loose/bad player calls on the button. The tight/winning player in the small blind calls and you call. Flops A A 7. SB checks, you check. Both original raiser and button check through. Turn Q. SB bets $20. You call; original raiser folds. Button calls. River K. SB bets $80.

What should you do?

Correct Answer: Call

You have a full house, true, but you have to look at the small blind's range. He called a raise in the small blind and checked the flop along with everyone else, then bet into three people on the turn. When called in two spots, he bet big again into both players. You have a full house but against this type of action there’s no point raising - he is repping a huge hand. That, and there is another player to act behind you. Although he's repping a monster, you obviously aren't ever going to fold, so just call and hope for the best.

  • Raise all-in (38%)
  • Fold (17%)
  • Call (45%)
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