PokerSimple: Episode 5 - Folding Pocket Jacks Before the Flop
A solid player opens for $20. You make it $80 with pocket jacks. You know that he knows that you have a narrow three-betting range. And now he four-bets you. He makes it $250. The stacks are $1,000.
What should you do? And why? Even deeper: Upon what parameters should your decision be based?
In this week's installment of PokerSimple, the hosts take a deep dive into the murky waters of when and why to lay down those jacks.
|0:57||Folding to 4-Bets|
|2:48||Facing Two Raisers|
|3:48||When to Set-Mine with Pocket Jacks|
|7:00||If It's Wrong to Fold, It's Not Wrong by Much|
|8:14||How to Make the Fold|