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Discussion in 'Poker Hands' started by beanit, Apr 15, 2010.

  1. beanit

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    Hand # 3270607644 starting - 2010-04-15 22:52:47
    Bartemius Crouch 3 Omaha (0.25|0.50 PL - Cash Game) Real Money

    Digicube sitting in seat 1 with €42.65
    mrbrannvin sitting in seat 2 with €14.25 Dealer
    romagiC sitting in seat 3 with €9.65
    Hero sitting in seat 4 with €50.00
    voveris sitting in seat 5 with €27.01
    hagi61 sitting in seat 6 with €216.46
    romagiC posted the small blind - €0.25
    Hero posted the big blind - €0.50

    Dealing cards to Hero: :4s: :As: :6c: :Qh:
    voveris folded
    hagi61 called - €0.50
    Digicube folded
    mrbrannvin folded
    romagiC called - €0.50
    Hero checked


    FLOP
    :Th: :3s: :Qs:
    romagiC checked
    Hero bet - €1.50
    hagi61 called - €1.50
    romagiC folded


    TURN
    :8d:
    Hero bet - €4.50
    hagi61 raised to €18.00
    Hero called - €18.00


    RIVER
    :7c:
    Hero checked
    hagi61 bet - €20.00
    Hero folded
    hagi61 mucks:

    hagi61 wins €58.48 from the main pot

    Rake: €2.02
     
  2. caiko

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    Check/call turn or bet fold, wich option is better in that spot ? I guess it depends on our opponent.
     
  3. Botafogo

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    Your lead on flop is good, you have a pretty nice hand and it is a limped pot so, no one should have a very strong hand here. I like a c/c on this turn, though, because our hand still has a lot of equity versus opponent's range, but it is a hand that hates being raised with only one card to come and being OOP. One of the main possible draws that calls you on flop (hand like J9Kx) completed and versus this particular hand, you cannot call the reraise once you bet, so a bet/call to his reraise OOP is pretty bad and unprofitable, because it is hard to get paid if you hit the flush.

    If opponent is loose enough to keep calling with a pair+lower FD, or a hand like JKxx here than you should bet turn, but you have to fold if raised, because he then has either J9xx or a set, which he was waiting for a non spade turn to get it in on, so you don't have odds to call vs such a range.
     
  4. caiko

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    If our opponent is passive/nitty that it looks like (or maybe a fish wich limps any4), is it profitable to check call him the turn? I dont see any value we are gonna make if we hit our flush wich will not be very often, unless he also make some lower flushesh with his possible strights, wich also be very small percent of the time.
     
    Last edited: Apr 16, 2010

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