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

  1. caiko

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    Poker Hands:
    Hand History for Game 545973706874 (On Game)
    $50.00 USD PL Omaha - Tuesday , April 20 , 03:25:50 ET 2010
    Table Sofia (Real Money)
    Seat 9 is the button
    Seat 10: Malakias33 ( $105.65 USD )
    Seat 9: Hero ( $47.50 USD )
    Hero posts small blind $0.50 .
    Malakias33 posts big blind $0.50 .

    Dealt to Hero: :7c: :Th: :Jc: :8h:
    Hero raises $1.00
    Malakias33 raises $3.25
    Hero calls $2.25

    FLOP ($7.50)
    :9h: :3c: :4c:
    Malakias33 bets $5.75
    Hero calls $5.75

    TURN ($19.00)
    Malakias33 bets $19.00
    Hero raises $38.00
    Malakias33 calls $19.00

    RIVER ($95.00)
    Malakias33 wins $94.00 USD from main pot
    Malakias33 shows :8s: :Ad: :5c: :Ac:
    Hero shows :7c: :Th: :Jc: :8h:
  2. Botafogo

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    This hand is fine, even though you don't have any fold equity on turn once he pots, so a c/r doesn't accomplish much with this SPR, but your hand is often strong enough vs his range to get it in on the turn. However, if you want to be creative try to rather lead the turn, or even start leading the flop. This is a much better way to look for fold equity and to take away the initiative.

    I only like a c/r on turn vs very aggressive opponents who will be barreling this turn with enough air and weaker crappy semibluff draws like 56xx.

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