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[NL2-NL10] NL50: 45s very drawy board

    • Leo
      Joined: 10.01.2008 Posts: 4,512
      Full Tilt Poker
      No Limit Holdem Ring game
      Blinds: $0.25/$0.50
      9 players

      Stack sizes:
      UTG: $36.60
      UTG+1: $38.10
      MP1: $17.50
      MP2: $50
      MP3: $49.25
      CO: $108.10
      Button: $52.30
      Hero: $10
      BB: $20.65

      Pre-flop: (9 players) Hero is SB with 4:diamond: 5:diamond:
      UTG calls $0.5 [color:000000](pot was $0.75)[/color], UTG+1 calls $0.5 [color:000000](pot was $1.25)[/color], MP1 calls $0.5 [color:000000](pot was $1.75)[/color], MP2 (poster) checks, MP3 folds, CO calls $0.5 [color:000000](pot was $2.25)[/color], Button folds, Hero calls $0.25 [color:000000](pot was $2.75)[/color], BB (poster) checks.

      Flop: 6:diamond: 3:spade: 6:club: ($3.5, 7 players)
      [color:#cc0000]Hero bets $3[/color], 5 folds, [color:#cc0000]CO raises to $12.5[/color], [color:#cc0000]Hero calls all-in $6.5[/color].
      Uncalled bets: $3 returned to CO.

      Turn: K:club: ($22.5, 1 player + 1 all-in - Main pot: $22.5)

      River: 9:diamond: ($22.5, 1 player + 1 all-in - Main pot: $22.5)

      Final pot: $22.5

      On another forum Berliner already said:

      Paired board, so we play this draw passive and play more likely check/fold and only call a very small bet.
      Is there any info I could look thrue on how to play on paired boards in diffrent situations? Or could someone elaborate on this pls?
      Furthermore, how to play this hand if it were a 3 for example?

      Thanks in advance,
  • 3 replies
    • Nunki
      Joined: 25.10.2006 Posts: 865
      There are two different ways of looking at a paired board:

      1)Not much connects with it and your FE increases as a result.

      2)If you are drawing then your your hand is slightly less likely to win after you are called AND your hand hits. How relevant this is when your stack is only twice the size of the pot I'm not sure.

      In your posted hand in I'd check the flop because of 6 opponents rather than the paired board.
    • Berliner1982
      Joined: 12.07.2006 Posts: 5,644
      If it would be a 3 of diamond that would change the situation slighty, cause you have 8 instead of 6 Outs for improving your hand, mostley for the Nuts.
      Since you are not drawing for a Nutflush, only the Outs that would give you a straight flush and the straight, would help you here.

      Against 6 Opponents here, I would play after Odds & Outs and play either c/c or c/f.
    • Leo
      Joined: 10.01.2008 Posts: 4,512
      ok, thanks... quite clear :)