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Discussion in 'Poker Hands' started by caiko, Apr 21, 2010.

  1. caiko

    caiko
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    Hand History for Game 546509434201 (On Game)
    $50.00 USD PL Omaha - Wednesday , April 21 , 04:12:42 ET 2010
    Table Mobile (Real Money)
    Seat 8 is the button
    Seat 9: Hero ( $59.05 USD )
    Seat 10: _KnockOut_ ( $49.00 USD )
    Seat 3: S0mbr3r0 ( $38.00 USD )
    Seat 4: leugu ( $50.00 USD )
    Seat 8: DotaAngel ( $43.55 USD )
    Hero posts small blind $0.50 .
    _KnockOut_ posts big blind $0.50 .
    S0mbr3r0 posts big blind $0.50 .
    leugu posts big blind $0.50 .



    Dealt to Hero: :Tc: :Qd: :Kd: :9c:
    S0mbr3r0 raises $1.50
    leugu folds
    DotaAngel folds
    Hero raises $6.50
    _KnockOut_ folds
    S0mbr3r0 calls $5.00


    FLOP ($15.00)
    :Ad: :8s: :6c:
    Hero bets $11.25
    S0mbr3r0 raises $31.00
    Hero calls $19.75


    TURN ($77.00)
    :Jc:


    RIVER ($77.00)
    :3d:
    S0mbr3r0 wins $74.00 USD from main pot
    Hero shows :Tc: :Qd: :Kd: :9c:
    S0mbr3r0 shows :5s: :7d: :5c: :7c:
     
  2. caiko

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    gamble gamble :p
     
  3. Botafogo

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    You need to bet less on flop. It's a dry flop, AAxx is heavily in your range, and he shouldn't have many 88x, and 66xx in his range, so just bet half pot and take it down often enough.

    As for the fact that you chose to gamble, at least you have a gutshot, 2 BDFDs and some BD straight draws, so you probably have about 25-30% vs a decent range, so it's not that big of a gamble, you might have close to enough equity to call his allin after you already put in $11. Let's do the math: you need to call 20 to win a total pot of 77, so 20/77 = 25% is your break-even equity after you c-bet. It's definitely a break-even call, but it's also a gamble/high variance play for sure, which you shouldn't do so freely at higher levels, but at 50, it's acceptable, just to get a feel for your backdoor equities, and how a hand like yours, which looks like nothing on the flop actually can have 25-30% equity.
     
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