- Jun 8, 2015
- Reaction score
- N Indiana, USA
That's not our perfect flop, but it's close. The deuce showing up is beautiful, all the A2xxx hands can suck it! Pot. Then call for the .
Player and situation dependent. V3 is going to be getting it all in no matter what. And not based on what I know about this hand. He is literally getting in all in every hand to try to build up a big stack so he can wreak some havoc.
Outside of V3 in maniac mode, not really. They'd need to have some sort of combo draw with the low and a wrap and be using the flush draw as backup (particularly if it came back door but this one just kicked in the front)
I am opposed to not betting with the NF, because we need to charge anyone that has a set from beating us out. Make them put it in bad, even if that means missing out on a little value from a lesser flush.
Yeah, I pay those off from time to time, but I also get value more often than most.I know how this ends. One of the villains has the straight flush, and hero sits at the table wondering how his turned nut flush ended up as second best hand…
serves you right for flatting pre....Yeah, I pay those off from time to time, but I also get value more often than most.
Here's a fun hand from earlier:
At this point, hero is pretty much playing his hand face up leading out with a pot size bet taking a check/call line pre and post flop. That being said, I try to get information on V1 by how they react. Do they snap call or snap repot? This is where hand history and player profiles are important. Against someone I've never played against, I'm potting it. No need to slowplay this. Taking a passive check/call line and seeing a paired board on the river would make me piss myself.If you bet here v3 is going to jam 150% of the time and you may lose v1 off the hook. Ideally your check is seen as weakness by v1, v3 autopilot jams, v1 reluctacalls, and you can overpair and put v1 to a decision.
I hate slowplaying in Omaha but this might be one of the few spots where I’d try it since it’s never checking around.
I think a 2 river is an easy check fold if v1 comes along. A lot of 2s in a Big O calling range here with the low.I actually realized hero turned a two pair and can fill up with a 10 or queen. A 9 or 2 on the river would be really interesting.
Yup, I'm cry folding if a 9 or 2 hits.I think a 2 river is an easy check fold if v1 comes along. A lot of 2s in a Big O calling range here with the low.
OOP, and nobody folds in this game.serves you right for flatting pre....
If no one folds then why does it matter what position you are? lolOOP, and nobody folds in this game.
Because postflop.If no one folds then why does it matter what position you are? lol
like check raising the second nuts OOP on the river?Because postflop.