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[NL20-NL50] SH NL25 - implied odds hand

    • spit22
      spit22
      Bronze
      Joined: 03.11.2008 Posts: 309
      BTN: $49.25
      SB: $53.45
      BB: $26.15
      UTG: $26.20
      Hero (MP): $48.70
      CO: $15.60

      Pre Flop: ($0.35) Hero is MP with K :diamond: J :spade:
      1 fold, Hero raises to $1, 1 fold, BTN calls $1, SB calls $0.90, BB calls $0.75

      Flop: ($4.00) T :diamond: 6 :club: Q :heart: (4 players)
      SB checks, BB checks, Hero checks, BTN bets $2.25, SB folds, BB folds, Hero calls $2.25

      Turn: ($8.50) 7 :spade: (2 players)
      Hero bets $5.50, BTN raises to $19.75, Hero calls $14.25

      River: ($48.00) 9 :diamond: (2 players)
      Hero bets $25.70, BTN calls $25.70


      i was wondering what the opinion of the judges is for this hand.
      i call on the turn having 5 to 1 with implied odds (assuming he will stack if i hit) . So this play is break even but if i fold on the turn where i know i am beat i am losing the hand and the 9$ i already invested.
  • 3 replies
    • Talic
      Talic
      Bronze
      Joined: 04.01.2008 Posts: 1,851
      I tell you, c/c or c/f turn

      c/r flop possible but I dont like it
    • darkonebg
      darkonebg
      Headadmin
      Headadmin
      Joined: 17.01.2008 Posts: 9,508
      The money in the pot are not yours anymore. Therefore a fold is always 0 EV.

      About the hand.
      flatting flop and then donking turn doesnt make any sense.If you want to raise, do it on the fop while your equity is high.And I would suggest a c/r on fop here.
      If you want to take the passive line, c/c turn also.
    • spit22
      spit22
      Bronze
      Joined: 03.11.2008 Posts: 309
      Originally posted by darkonebg
      The money in the pot are not yours anymore. Therefore a fold is always 0 EV.

      About the hand.
      flatting flop and then donking turn doesnt make any sense.If you want to raise, do it on the fop while your equity is high.And I would suggest a c/r on fop here.
      If you want to take the passive line, c/c turn also.
      i didn't know a fold is always 0 EV. yes i think a c/r on the flop would have been better and a c/c on the turn.

      thanks for the comments