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Discussion in 'Poker Hands' started by caiko, Apr 17, 2010.

  1. caiko

    caiko
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    Hand History for Game 545314520373 (On Game)
    $50.00 USD PL Omaha - Saturday , April 17 , 03:59:56 ET 2010
    Table Malabo (Real Money)
    Seat 3 is the button
    Seat 6: kopu12 ( $99.45 USD )
    Seat 8: Hero ( $51.80 USD )
    Seat 9: blakkis84 ( $117.85 USD )
    Seat 2: o.b.a.h. ( $36.25 USD )
    Seat 3: pfajaNs ( $24.50 USD )
    kopu12 posts small blind $0.50 .
    Hero posts big blind $0.50 .



    Dealt to Hero: :6s: :5d: :Ah: :Ac:
    blakkis84 calls $0.50
    o.b.a.h. raises $1.00
    pfajaNs folds
    kopu12 calls $0.50
    Hero raises $4.00
    blakkis84 folds
    o.b.a.h. calls $3.50
    kopu12 folds


    FLOP ($10.50)
    :8s: :7c: :5s:
    Hero checks
    o.b.a.h. bets $10.50
    Hero raises $42.00
    o.b.a.h. calls $21.25


    TURN ($84.25)
    :5c:


    RIVER ($84.25)
    :Ks:
    o.b.a.h. wins $71.00 USD from main pot
    Hero shows :6s: :5d: :Ah: :Ac:
    o.b.a.h. shows :Jc: :9s: :Ts: :Js:
    Hero wins $10.25 USD
     
  2. caiko

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    Just complete from the blind will be better i guess. In that case on the flop?
     
    Last edited: Apr 17, 2010
  3. Botafogo

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    Yeah, just call on BB, and play for set value or straight value. Your Aces are very crappy, and when you raise you are almost guaranteed that both players will call behind, and you can never play those Aces profitably OOP vs 2 oponents. Even if just one calls, you will not see that many good flops for this particular hand with not suit.

    Flop is either a c/fold or c/call and reevaluate turn, you have dry overpair + bottom pair from flop and the bottom end of an openender, and there is a flush draw there, so versus a range that would get it in on this flop your equity is very low, and that's why I think c/r is bad. You are basically turning your hand into a pure bluff on a very scary drawy flop, after he pots, which means he is clearly not going anywhere, so you have no fold equity + you are in very bad shape vs hands that get it in here, sets/straights and big draws like his, which is a big favorite vs your hand.

    Hand Equity Wins Ties
    6s5dahac 33.41% 274 0
    jc9stsjs 66.59% 546 0
     

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