Is the turn jam fine?

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    • #26194

      Poker Stars $2.28+$0.22 No Limit Hold’em Tournament – t150/t300 Blinds + t25 – 7 players – View hand 1958533
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      BTN: t2280 M = 3.65
      SB: t1780 M = 2.85
      Hero (BB): t7625 M = 12.20
      UTG: t7743 M = 12.39
      UTG+1: t5887 M = 9.42
      MP: t1690 M = 2.70
      CO: t6090 M = 9.74

      Pre Flop: (t625) Hero is BB with 8 :club: J :diamond:
      , CO raises to t600, , Hero raises to t1100, CO calls t500

      Flop: (t2525) 5 :club: T :spade: 4 :club: (2 players)
      Hero bets t1000, CO calls t1000

      Turn: (t4525) 9 :heart: (2 players)
      Hero bets t5500 all in, CO calls t3965 all in

      River: (t12455) A :club: (2 players – 2 are all in)

    • #34715

      Obv u know that pre isnt standard, I would rather take a free turn here, wont be difficult get stack in OTR.

    • #34717

      fold pre.

      if 3b, which is by no means good, 3b to 1800ish..

      Edit: No, just fold pre.. lol 🙂

    • #34722

      Sahil, this is 20 BB effective. If you wanna 3-bet, its gotta be a jam and without major reads fold is much better obv.

      As played jam turn is fine.

    • #34726
      Rajit Kumar
      Member

      fold pre..wid dat stack its much better to play a push/fold game rather dan gettin creative..

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    • #26195
      Anonymous
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      As many say above, it is a fold preflop, esp oop. Even if you wanted to stay in the hand, the preflop reraise doesn’t make sense, as pot control is a serious issue to consider.

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