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Discussion in 'Poker Hands' started by ShLiM, Jul 5, 2010.

  1. ShLiM

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    Hand History for Game 3410712405 (Prima)
    $20.00 USD PL Omaha - Monday , July 05 , 01:46:30 ET 2010
    Table Side Bet 2 (Real Money)
    Seat 2 is the button
    Seat 1: Hero ( $31.93 USD )
    Seat 2: thefierce1 ( $43.93 USD )
    Seat 3: LuskuLuke ( $32.41 USD )
    Seat 4: kindmind2 ( $25.44 USD )
    Seat 5: snuce ( $17.91 USD )
    LuskuLuke posts small blind $0.10 .
    kindmind2 posts big blind $0.20 .

    Dealt to Hero: :3s: :Ks: :Qd: :Td:
    snuce folds
    Hero raises $0.70
    thefierce1 calls $0.70
    LuskuLuke calls $0.60
    kindmind2 calls $0.50


    FLOP ($2.80)
    :Ts: :5d: :2s:
    LuskuLuke checks
    kindmind2 checks
    Hero bets $2.10
    thefierce1 raises $9.10
    LuskuLuke folds
    kindmind2 folds
    Hero raises $28.00
    thefierce1 raises $34.13
    Hero calls $1.13


    TURN ($77.26)
    :5c:


    RIVER ($77.26)
    :6s:
    Hero shows :3s: :Ks: :Qd: :Td:
    thefierce1 shows :4h: :5h: :Js: :5s:
    thefierce1 wins $62.26 USD from main pot
    thefierce1 wins $12.00 USD from main pot
     
  2. ShLiM

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    std, or i can play it slower on the flop like c/c, c/f turn?
     
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    is it correct to think that, after his raise my options are either, pot get it in or fold?
     
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    flop is ez fold
     
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    with 4 ppl u can check.
     
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    with 4ppl it is a good spot to check, just because if you bet and get raised or c/raised by the blinds it is an ugly spot. Your hand has a lot of backdoor potential with any diamond or J, 9 or an A will give you some nice extra equity, and obviously any spade will give you 2nd nuts. So, with so much backdoor potential you would hate to get raised on flop with this hand, which is a good reason to check if you have seen oponents play their hands aggressively on flop.

    Betting is also fine if you don't expect to get raised much, but once this guy raises you pot with 2ppl left to act he very often has a set and I don't think you have enough equity to ship it vs a set. So, yes tour best decisions are bet/fold to a raise or check/call on flop depending on how passive or aggressive opponents are. To stack off you need about 41% equity, and you only have 33% vs his hand, so it is very close.

    board: ts5d2s
    Hand Equity Wins Ties
    3sksqdtd 33.54% 275 0
    4h5hjs5s 66.46% 545 0

    If we just give him a range of sets without the sapdes, top 2 pair, and a wrap with lower FD,we probably can even stack off. Let's see:

    board: ts5d2s
    Hand Equity Wins Ties
    3sksqdtd 41.91% 249,082 4,772
    55**, TT**, 22**, T5**, 34s5s6 58.09% 346,146 4,772

    So, if we have information that this guy is not super tight and stacks off mroe lightly here than jsut sets but also with some wrap+FD, a pair+lower FD and like top2 pair with T5xx, then we have 42% equity, and we can bet stack off.
     
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