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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 54612176548 (On Game)
    $50.00 USD PL Omaha - Monday , April 19 , 11:41:24 ET 2010
    Table Gaborone (Real Money)
    Seat 3 is the button
    Seat 4: xjhgfds ( $48.00 USD )
    Seat 7: ArchStanton7 ( $50.00 USD )
    Seat 8: Hero ( $45.45 USD )
    Seat 2: doggy80 ( $93.25 USD )
    Seat 3: trumpfer66 ( $19.80 USD )
    xjhgfds posts small blind $0.50 .
    ArchStanton7 posts big blind $0.50 .



    Dealt to Hero: :9s: :Kc: :9c: :Kd:
    Hero raises $2.00
    doggy80 calls $2.00
    trumpfer66 folds
    xjhgfds folds
    ArchStanton7 folds


    FLOP ($5.00)
    :Ac: :Jd: :4d:
    Hero bets $3.75
    doggy80 calls $3.75


    TURN ($12.50)
    :6s:
    Hero bets $9.00
    doggy80 calls $9.00


    RIVER ($30.50)
    :Td:
    Hero bets $30.50
    doggy80 calls $30.50
    doggy80 wins $88.50 USD from main pot
    Hero shows :9s: :Kc: :9c: :Kd:
    doggy80 shows :Qh: :As: :Kh: :Jc:
     
  2. caiko

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    retard
     
  3. Botafogo

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    IF you have info taht he is a retard calling station, then it is definetely not worth bluffing. If you had no info I still wouldn't try to bluff this river, because a pair+flush draw is the biggest part of his range when he calls flop and turn. On top of that, his pair can often include Ad. I know that you have the Kd blocker, so if he doesn't have the Ad, then he must have Q-flush or lower and you are trying to rep a higher flush, but remember one golden rule in PLO. Players who chase FDs from flop till river will NOT fold them if they get there on the river! So, I don't think you chose a good 3-barrel spot here. If he had 2 pair or set, I think a normal player would have raised you on flop or turn at the latest, so you are not folding out many better hands on river+ the flush is a huge part of his range, and he will not fold that.

    Obviously from this hand, he didn't raise you with 2 pair and he called river with much worse than a flush, so had you known that opponent is such a fish calling station, you wouldn't have bluffed I am sure. Don't forget to put a note on him that he is a CS, so you don't burn more money in the future trying to bluffm hi. Versus such opponents my standard note is "DNB. Value bet him to death, will call very light"
     

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