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Sam Trickett leads to collect dead equity and to get value of a 5 or a 4 against their loose opponents, and continues on the turn with a merge bet against one of the most tight players on the table.
Sam Trickett 3 bets for value IP with KJs because he knows that his opponent don't fold to often.
He made a standard cbet in a dry board, and double barrels when caught more equity. Viffer calls the flop and the turn with what is sometimes the best hand against a bluffing 3betting range.
On the river Trickett opted for a overbet polarizing his range hoping to get called with even a bigger frequency.
Tilly leads the flop on the draw because she doesn't want to play it on c/c oop.
On the turn she represents the flush (necessary condition when you playing straight draws), and taking in consideration the agressive nature of op.
Trickett river big overshove is meant to fold TP and worst type hands, I guess in Trickett mind Fitoussi had close to 0% of slowplay monsters on the turn.
It is always beautiful to see 2 diferent players clash.
I think Trickett preflop call is only justified if he believes the qualifier would play weak posflop because he is not too deep.
Neil Channing river play is odd, because he is up against a very agressive player, If he is putting money on the river should be by calling because if not, he is capping her range to better hands.
It is a difficult spot for the qualifier, but I think he can find a fold on the flop because the board his somewhat dry and Viffer is raising into a big field.
Tight fold from Devilfish to the 1/2 pot bet, also I didn't like his sizing on the turn.
Nothing much to add there.
I believe the qualifier get those somewhat light preflop calls because is from Sweden.
Post flop Devilfish lead the flop with the combo draw I believe to try maximize the profit from the fold equity to a 3bet shove on the flop against an expected agressive player.