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20PLO 3bet pot multiway

Discussion in 'Omaha Hand Discussion' started by ytricky, Apr 11, 2010.

  1. ytricky

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    Hand History for Game 3260439184 (Prima)
    $20.00 USD PL Omaha - Saturday , April 10 , 02:19:51 ET 2010
    Table DeepStack Omaha 21 (Real Money)
    Seat 2 is the button
    Seat 1: Hero ( $20.52 USD )
    Seat 2: erzanen ( $19.38 USD )
    Seat 3: tuttie3 ( $26.68 USD )
    Seat 4: sisu1 ( $29.73 USD )
    Seat 5: millmaker ( $10.54 USD )
    Seat 6: Bounres ( $28.05 USD )
    tuttie3 posts small blind $0.10 .
    sisu1 posts big blind $0.20 .

    Dealt to Hero: :4s: :As: :3h: :Ah:
    Bounres raises $0.70
    Hero raises $2.40
    erzanen folds
    tuttie3 folds
    sisu1 calls $2.20
    Bounres calls $1.70


    FLOP ($7.30)
    :7h: :Ks: :Qs:
    sisu1 checks
    Bounres checks
    Hero checks


    TURN ($7.30)
    :7c:
    sisu1 checks
    Bounres checks
    Hero checks


    RIVER ($7.30)
    :6c:
    sisu1 checks
    Bounres checks
    Hero checks
    sisu1 shows :2d: :Td: :Ad: :8h:
    Bounres doesn't show :5h: :4c: :3d: :6h:
    Hero shows :4s: :As: :3h: :Ah:
    Hero wins $6.94 USD from main pot




    So PFR was 63/10 and the other guy was 90VPIP

    Heads up i would have bet/bet for sure. Multiway i wasnt so sure. Plugging equity i found out, that we have 50% vs a top two hand and 36% vs a set. So do we always just bomb the flop if we flop those kind of hands heads up or multiway? Is there merit to checking back, if the board was not as connected? Maybe like K84s.
     
  2. Botafogo

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    The power of the NFD(nut flush draw) in PLO is great especially on drawy flops like this one. So, the merit of betting here is that someone might get it in on flop with a hand like TJxx with 2 spades for example or with a hand like Kxxx with 2 spades, where you are dominating a ton of their outs and they actually have about 22% equity, when they think they have close to 50% or more.

    The merit of checking is that vs a set which is goign for a check/raise we can see a free turn with a chance to improve, and if they leads strong on a blank turn we can profitably call and see a river cheaply, and if we hit we are almost certain to get paid off.

    So, if you feel like QQxx, and KKxx is heavily in their range then a check back is fine. If you have enough history with villains and have seen them stack off with wraps and pair+lower FD in such spots then bomb flop and just get it in in great shape!

    As you played it I definitely bet turn, because now KQ is counterfeited, and opponents have checked again so you are good 95% of the time here and you have to bet to charge draws or AKxx, KQxx type of hands which might stubbornly call turn.

    Here is a quick equity vs range simulation vs a pretty tight range on this flop, where we are basically flipping against a combo of his strong made hands/draws:

    board: 7cksqs
    Hand Equity Wins Ties
    as4sah3h 47.62% 285,657 141
    KK**, QQ**, KQ**, TJK*, K*s*s*, K7** 52.38% 314,202 141
     
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