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nutt flushdraw in 4 way

Discussion in 'Texas Holdem Hand Discussion' started by Pro2type, Jul 15, 2011.

  1. Pro2type

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    NL Holdem $1(BB) Replayer Game#37443982630

    NaixelsyD ($100)
    slick233 ($102)
    hoptrop ($107)
    DonkosaurusRex ($110)
    Hero ($109)
    PokerWiz0101 ($129)

    NaixelsyD posts (SB) $0.50
    slick233 posts (BB) $1


    Dealt to Hero: :Ac: :Kc:
    fold , fold ,
    Hero raises to $3
    PokerWiz0101 calls $3
    NaixelsyD calls $2.50
    slick233 calls $2

    FLOP
    ($12) :7c: :3d: :5c:
    NaixelsyD checks
    slick233 checks
    Hero bets $9
    PokerWiz0101 calls $9
    NaixelsyD raises to $36
    slick233 folds


    Hi there grinders, here the player that flats my cbet is 20/14/3,3 for 330 hands, call open PF – 32%, 3bet pre – 0% from the button (3% overall), fold to cbet 50%, raise cbet 0%.

    The guy that check/raised is 27/15/1,9 for 130 hands. Call open pre – 27%, sqz – 0%, 3bet – 8%, fold to cbet – 55%, raise cbet – 13%, check/raise – 0% so far.

    So here basically if he has two pair or set we are screwed, so how often you think that will happens? And do you have any other play in mind except get it in or fold on the flop ?
     
  2. craiggerz

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    This is entirely a math and reads specific problem, but if you're asking what he has then it's 2pr+ a very huge % of the time.
     
  3. getbigboy

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    If you think he will never raise flop and get in with overpairs or worse draws, you have odds to call flop and use your position, again it's important what equity we have vs his calling range if we shove, not vs his flop check/raising range. If we shove and he call we have 30% if he is not a idiot, so call flop and play turn IP
     
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  4. Pro2type

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    thanx guys
     

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