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20PLO Blindbattle

Discussion in 'Omaha Hand Discussion' started by ytricky, Apr 9, 2010.

  1. ytricky

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    Hand History for Game 3259166493 (Prima)
    $20.00 USD PL Omaha - Friday , April 09 , 08:15:44 ET 2010
    Table The Bawdy 2 (Real Money)
    Seat 6 is the button
    Seat 1: stevemcb ( $61.94 USD )
    Seat 2: Hero ( $67.83 USD )
    Seat 3: Bounres ( $94.69 USD )
    Seat 4: _jjd_ ( $14.10 USD )
    Seat 5: Loids ( $16.46 USD )
    Seat 6: kaukowitch ( $25.05 USD )
    stevemcb posts small blind $0.10 .
    Hero posts big blind $0.20 .

    Dealt to Hero: :5s: :Ah: :8d: :Js:
    Bounres folds
    _jjd_ folds
    Loids folds
    kaukowitch folds
    stevemcb raises $0.50
    Hero calls $0.40

    FLOP ($1.20)
    :5c: :Jh: :9s:
    stevemcb checks
    Hero bets $1.20
    stevemcb calls $1.20

    TURN ($3.60)
    stevemcb checks
    Hero checks

    RIVER ($3.60)
    stevemcb bets $1.20
    Hero folds
    stevemcb wins $4.62 USD from main pot

    Guy is 80/25 and i got the read that he bets every piece of the flop mulitway.

    So i think F is a clear bet i think, but on the turn i was kind of lost. Should we bet this as a bluff or do we have enough showdown value here? Also is there merit to raising the river? Looks like a straight valuebetting, but i could be wrong. Think im overestimating peoples agression alot.
  2. Botafogo

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    You are deep, and your hand has non nut potential , so I would just fold preflop. A8J5 is too disconnected and only suited to the J. When you are deep try to play hands that hit big flops/draws like higher pairs QQxx, KKxx, or doublepaired hands like TT88 or high cards suited to K or A like AKJx sutied to A or to both A and K or good rundowns where the 4-cards are well connected and you hit a lot of wraps/ straights like 98TJ or 5678 etc.

    Postflop I play it exactly the same and your reasoning on turn and river is good. His river bet looks either like a milking bet with some straight or a feel bet with JQxx, or 9Qxx , so I think we are beat most of the time if we call. Only question is between raise and fold, and if it felt at the time more of a "I am trying to find out if my 2pair is good" type of bet from villain then you can try to raise. I probably raise 20% and fold 80% of times.

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