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Phil plays a live session of two 5/10PLO tables, a deep 3/6NL table, and one 25/50NL table.
21:30 in you call 8764(spades) from BB vs HJ open. You check/fold a Q82r flop to 3/4pot bet with SPR of 26. Since the only real draw on this board is JT9, what hands are you continuing with here? Why can't you call with your middle pair and weak BDFD? If its too weak to call, would you ever consider a check-raise semi bluff? What is the worst possible flop that you are usually continuing with when you call with that hand preflop?After getting 3-bet twice opening baby Qxs, you mention that with this dynamic you might need to be openijng button tighter. Did that comment mean not opening Q4s type hands or were you thinking about even lighter opens that you would be making? Are we talking about pulling back to something like a 40% opening range from the button, and if so, do we go back to a 3x open?Final question: I noticed you open folded A885 double suited in the HJ. Would you open this hand if instead of double suited, you had just the A suited but to the 5, so that now when you flop a set you have a greater chance of having the nutflush draw to go with it? Are you opening A762 double suited in the CO if the 2 is a 3? 4? Seemed tight, because I thought most suited aces should be opened in the CO even if playing tighter preflop, and I thought all the double suited varieties were in the "most" category.
Its over 7,000,000:1 against seeing the 7c8d on two hold 'em tables at the same time, but alas, it happens around 43:30.
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