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Discussion in 'Poker Hands' started by caiko, Apr 20, 2010.

  1. caiko

    caiko
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    Hand History for Game 545985747901 (On Game)
    $50.00 USD PL Omaha - Tuesday , April 20 , 03:05:13 ET 2010
    Table Rostov (Real Money)
    Seat 8 is the button
    Seat 9: guille9 ( $37.50 USD )
    Seat 2: gabriele66 ( $48.90 USD )
    Seat 3: suitsusir ( $49.50 USD )
    Seat 4: Patatoking ( $117.05 USD )
    Seat 8: Hero ( $57.60 USD )
    guille9 posts small blind $0.50 .
    gabriele66 posts big blind $0.50 .



    Dealt to Hero: :6h: :8h: :4d: :5d:
    suitsusir folds
    Patatoking raises $2.00
    Hero raises $7.00
    guille9 calls $6.50
    gabriele66 folds
    Patatoking calls $5.00


    FLOP ($21.50)
    :3c: :4h: :Th:
    guille9 checks
    Patatoking checks
    Hero bets $20.00
    guille9 raises $30.50
    Patatoking raises $50.50
    Hero raises $30.60
    Patatoking calls $0.10


    TURN ($153.20)
    :Jd:


    RIVER ($153.20)
    :7c:
    Hero wins $110.00 USD from main pot
    Hero wins $40.20 USD from main pot
    guille9 shows :Qc: :Jc: :Ts: :9d:
    Patatoking shows :9h: :Qh: :Td: :9c:
    Hero shows :6h: :8h: :4d: :5d:
     
  2. caiko

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    Bet 3/4 flop, and fold... on that action :) or check behind ?
    I think almost always im drowing dead to my flush drow, in that spot.
     
    Last edited: Apr 20, 2010
  3. Botafogo

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    I like it. 4568ds is way better than 2345ds, so I like your reraise. You wanted to isolate the action and try to get the pot heads up to clean up your outs and bring the value of your flop draws up. It is just unfortunate that you get called in 2 spots, but I would still c-bet this flop hoping 1 player folds, and the other to get it in with a wide enough range to make it profitable. Now that you bet close to pot and both players get it in, you obviously cannot fold with good enough odds even only if you are drawing to your 6-straight outs. BTW you cannot bet 3/4 and fold here with these stack sizes, only 150BB+. Here you put 7 preflop and if you c-bet 3/4 of $21, that's 16 more, so you put almost half of your stack already, and you will probably have odds to call a raise if you c-bet and get jammed on vs a wider range including sets, 2pairs, and draws. So, it's either c-bet flop get it in or check back, I think.

    Versus opponents, which I have history on and have seen them c/r flops like this with pair+ high FD or with sets, and who just have a high flop c/r % in general, I would lean towards check back, just to see if I can realize some of my equity on turn. Plus, if they both check again on some sort of blank, you can delay c-bet close to 1/2 pot and expect enough folds because when players check such drawy boards twice, they almost never have a big piece of the board.
     

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