[NL20-NL50] NL50: set on a 'flush'flop

    • Zeffke
      Zeffke
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      Joined: 17.04.2007 Posts: 1,123
      Titan Poker 0.25/0.50, hand converted by the iPoker Converter at Talking-Poker

      saw flop | saw showdown

      Button Button ($67.55)
      SB Hero ($59.75)
      BB ($49.50)
      UTG ($70.15)
      UTG+1 ($55.40)

      Preflop: Hero is in the SB with T :club: T :diamond:
      2 folds, Button raises to 2.00, Hero calls 1.75, 1 fold.

      Flop (4.50) 3 :heart: T :heart: Q :heart:
      Hero bets 3.50, Button raises to 7.00, Hero calls 3.50.

      Turn (18.50) 4 :spade:
      Hero checks, Button bets 15.00, Hero calls 15.00.

      River (48.50) 9 :club:
      Hero checks, Button bets 20.00, Hero calls 20.00


      No reads on villain.... How to play these situations, I face them very often and have no clue... unless the board pairs somewhere :) I remember I didn't 3-bet preflop because I did it last two hands :)
  • 3 replies
    • sw0ldo
      sw0ldo
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      Joined: 31.07.2007 Posts: 397
      Doesn't realy matter if you've 3bet in the past you realy need to define your hand and raise for value pre flop. As played on the flop 3bet with the intention of getting it in, you will be against the Ah or the Kh (which you are a 3:1 favourite against) enough of the time to make it profitable and in the unlikely event you are against a made flush you still have outs to your FH.
    • TribunCaesar
      TribunCaesar
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      Joined: 29.04.2007 Posts: 13,264
      Originally posted by sw0ldo
      Doesn't realy matter if you've 3bet in the past you realy need to define your hand and raise for value pre flop. As played on the flop 3bet with the intention of getting it in, you will be against the Ah or the Kh (which you are a 3:1 favourite against) enough of the time to make it profitable and in the unlikely event you are against a made flush you still have outs to your FH.
      #2

      3bet preflop by default.
      Easy broke on the flop. You need to protect against the one card flushdraw.
      -->raise/broke flop.

      Best regards,
      TribunCaesar
    • finchybg
      finchybg
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      Joined: 16.12.2007 Posts: 910
      For me, easy all-in on flop. the worst case is when he has a made flush, but you still have like 25-30% to complete a full house so even then you are not such an underdog.