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20PLO Mulitway

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

  1. ytricky

    ytricky
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    Hand History for Game 3259185456 (Prima)
    $20.00 USD PL Omaha - Friday , April 09 , 08:25:26 ET 2010
    Table The Bawdy 2 (Real Money)
    Seat 1 is the button
    Seat 1: stevemcb ( $53.50 USD )
    Seat 2: Hero ( $66.07 USD )
    Seat 3: Bounres ( $95.39 USD )
    Seat 4: _jjd_ ( $20.81 USD )
    Seat 5: Loids ( $21.63 USD )
    Hero posts small blind $0.10 .
    Bounres posts big blind $0.20 .

    Dealt to Hero: :Kc: :Jd: :Kh: :3h:
    _jjd_ folds
    Loids raises $0.70
    stevemcb calls $0.70
    Hero calls $0.60
    Bounres calls $0.50


    FLOP ($2.80)
    :Td: :8h: :4h:
    Hero checks
    Bounres checks
    Loids bets $2.80
    stevemcb folds
    Hero calls $2.80
    Bounres folds


    TURN ($8.40)
    :9c:
    Hero checks
    Loids checks


    RIVER ($8.40)
    :2d:
    Hero bets $8.20
    Loids folds
    Hero wins $16.18 USD from main pot


    PFR is 39/15 no other reads.


    So questions on this hand. Is calling here ok pf? I basically called to setmine and for the K high suit. F is there anything else to do but calling? I was planning to continue in some way on a K,Q or flush turn.
    River good bluffing opportunity? When he checks back the turn i dont think he has the straight + we got KK which blocks some combos of premuim rundowns.
     
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  2. Botafogo

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    Calling preflop is the only option OOP, so good job. If your Kings were doublesuited and the 3 was maybe an 8 or a 9, then you could reraise. I only have one comment postflop, and it is that if you want to represent the straight, it is a little better to lead the turn, because 9 completes a ton of straight draws that you would be check/calling flop with and OOP you usually have to lead those on turn because of the FD out there.

    It worked out here for you because he checked back turn and it became clear he doesn't have a straight and is giving up. But if he bet turn after you check, you are in a difficult spot OOP with a hand with decent equity, and now you have almsot no fold quity/bluff credibility.

    Since he checked back turn though, your river bluff is great, H should be folding AAxx, T8xx, 84xx tc., so there is merits in your bluff. Well played.
     

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