In this episode, Jonathan Little, Chris "Fox" Wallace, Taylor Maas, Doug Behrens & host Steve Fredlund discuss a specific scenario facing a button raise with A5 suited in the big blind: * 10 person table in early stages of tourney * Blinds are 300/600 with 100 ante * Everyone has 30,000 chips (50 big blinds) * Every player is a standard tight aggressive player * Folds to player on button who raises to 1,800 * Folds to us in big blind with A5 suited The goal is to give thoughts on this base scenario, but then explore how some of the assumptions would have to change to change the action. So the questions posed to those providing input are: 1) What is your typical course of action under the base assumptions? 2) Holding all else equal, how would the stack size of the initial raiser have to change for us to change our action? 3) Holding all else equal, how would our stack size have to change for us to change our action? 4) Holding all else equal, how would the player type of the initial player have to change for us to change our action? 5) What other factors would drive us to potentially change our action?
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