Card Player documents some of the most talked-about hands in the poker world with Poker Hand Matchups . Getting the analysis of a hand is great, but we’d like to see what you, the reader, would do if you got the chance to sit down with the pros.Each week, we’ll bring you a scenario straight from real life events in some of the biggest tournaments on the circuit. Card Player readers can use their CPsocial accounts to voice their opinions in the comments section below. You can also log in using your Facebook or Twitter page.If we find a particularly articulate answer we like, we’ll send you some swag from the Card Player Poker Store .THE SCENARIOBlinds: 25,000-50,000 with a 5,000 anteYour Hand: 6 3Stack Sizes: You (7.28 million) Opponent (5.065 million)The Action: A player in middle position raises to 120,000. You decide to reraise in position to 310,000. Your opponent calls, and you both take a flop of 10 9 8 .It’s checked to you, and you bet 375,000. Your opponent makes the call, and the turn is the 7 , giving you the bottom end of the straight.Your opponent checks once again. Assuming no physical tells or history with this player, what do you do?YOUR OPTIONSOption A: Check behind.Option B: Make a small value bet, somewhere in the range of 550,000 to 800,000.Option C: Make a big value bet, somewhere in the range of 1 million to 1.5 million.Option D: Overbet the pot, somewhere between 2 million and your opponent’s last 4.4 million.Comment below as to what you would do and why, and then find out what the real players did in the actual hand using the Poker Hand Matchups.
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