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    over calling range?

    Day 2 of a Live 260 re entry mtt

    I have ~65k on the btn at 600/1200

    Utg1 opens to 2400 , I 3b to 5500

    Sb Rips for 28k , and utg1 reshoves for 50k...

    What hands are we calling with ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by OHTNCTRHM View Post
    Day 2 of a Live 260 re entry mtt
    I have ~65k on the btn at 600/1200
    Which $260 live event is this? Are you ITM or close to the bubble in Day 2? What are the antes and how many players? What are your reads on UTG+1 and SB?
    What hands are we calling with ?
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    I'm out of province right now, this is a bf approved (I hope) mtt of 250+10 (the 10 is a charitable donation)

    This is day 2 , 105 runners total , came back to day 2 with 35 left

    We had a roll back of blinds . My flight (day 1a) ended at 500/1000 , so u can imagine how elated I was to come back to 300/600

    When this hand happened , there was about 28 players left, and only final table of 9 paid out

    Utg1 was an older gentleman that I had picked off bluffing earlier when I made a call with 66 on a board of t32tJ in a pretty big pot . I made him show and he had q7 lol

    Sb to my left was a younger kid that had just doubled , he got in ats against jj and ran out the flush . He was so short , the all in was the only hand he had played

    As for me, I had been pretty active, chipping up for 3 levels, got in a pre flop war and 5 bet a guy with air and showed, so maybe my image was shot

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    You're asking if you should risk 50k of your 65k to potentially leave yourself with 15k after a raise, re-raise, re-re-raise, and push rerereraise. AND you just said your image is shot.

    If your hand isn't AA or KK WTF is the point of this post aside from some weird self indulgence?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DrTyore View Post
    You're asking if you should risk 50k of your 65k to potentially leave yourself with 15k after a raise, re-raise, re-re-raise, and push rerereraise. AND you just said your image is shot.

    If your hand isn't AA or KK WTF is the point of this post aside from some weird self indulgence?

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    I'm thinking my image being shot , May have had a factor in villains thinking I'm lighter than I actually was , thus making utg1 iso lightish Because he may have thought my button raise was just me getting out of line

    I had QQ

    What do u guys do ?

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    QQ is like, a VERY speculative hand IMO

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    Quote Originally Posted by DrTyore View Post
    QQ is like, a VERY speculative hand IMO

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    Is it tho?

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    The range I was thinking about was queens plus and maybe AK. You could provide a lot more information (like old guy's EP raising range, exact action on the Q7 hand, average stack, etc) but given what you've told us, I'd be happy with going with queens.

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    Since neither villains are dead-money nits whose re-raising ranges are wider than just [KK, AA], I would try to talk to them and seriously consider going all-in myself with QQ (or AK+).

    This was very similar to my final hand in the $200 Sunday major. Against two all-ins, I called with QQ. First all-in had AK, but second had AA. What did UTG+1 and SB have?
    Quote Originally Posted by OHTNCTRHM View Post
    Utg1 was an older gentleman that I had picked off bluffing earlier when I made a call with 66 on a board of t32tJ in a pretty big pot . I made him show and he had q7 lol

    Sb to my left was a younger kid that had just doubled , he got in ats against jj and ran out the flush . He was so short , the all in was the only hand he had played

    As for me, I had been pretty active, chipping up for 3 levels, got in a pre flop war and 5 bet a guy with air and showed, so maybe my image was shot
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    I went into the tank for a while, and carefully put ranges and tournament life into consideration

    I put the SB on a smaller pair or ak, and put the older fellow on similar range... Maybe even a little wider . I went to muck, when at that moment , decided to go for it. I figured winning this pot would put me in really good shape to cash and to put pressure on shorties and to keep chipping up

    obviously I was wrong and dead pre, SB had AK and old man utg1 had KK.. A on river, so I was down to 10beibers

    out next hand when I tilt shoved k9s into qq

    really wish I could make good folds live, I just never think anyone has it

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    Quote Originally Posted by OHTNCTRHM View Post
    I went into the tank for a while, and carefully put ranges and tournament life into consideration

    I put the SB on a smaller pair or ak, and put the older fellow on similar range... Maybe even a little wider . I went to muck, when at that moment , decided to go for it. I figured winning this pot would put me in really good shape to cash and to put pressure on shorties and to keep chipping up

    obviously I was wrong and dead pre, SB had AK and old man utg1 had KK.. A on river, so I was down to 10beibers

    out next hand when I tilt shoved k9s into qq

    really wish I could make good folds live, I just never think anyone has it
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    Quote Originally Posted by OHTNCTRHM View Post
    I went to muck, when at that moment , decided to go for it. I figured winning this pot would put me in really good shape to cash and to put pressure on shorties and to keep chipping up
    you are too inexperienced

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    ya, live is hard.

    thanks for insight !

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    I would need good reason to fold QQ here....opponents as described, I'm happily getting it in.....not backflip-highfive-snap call happy.........just happy.
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