How do u play flush draws?

    • Chenghao
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      how would u play flush draws :
      1) if their weak draws like 67s on a A2Ts board IP ,
      2) if its nut flush draw IP ,
      3) if its 2 overs/gutshot + flush draw IP, combo draws

      4- 6) repeat of 1 - 3 but OOP

      Against various villians ?
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    • yeahyoung0312
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      1) check/fold, IP or OOP. draw for free or fold.

      2) draw cheap or make opponent fold (OOP ch-raise and push any turn, IP check back or raise and continue to fire any turn).

      3) get it in ASAP, bet/raise IP or OOP. Don't give opponent any chance for pot control on the flop which means overbet should be considered. And show tremendous turn aggression. If you played a monster like this before then it would be more effective.
    • dadaas
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      Always Aggressively
    • joecar
      joecar
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      by reading
      http://www.pokerstrategy.com/strategy/bss/1589/
    • conall88
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      Originally posted by dadaas
      Always Aggressively
      yeah, because doing something aggressively 100% of the time is going to be profitable [ ]
    • DecMate
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      Depends on the opponent. Perhaps edit you're origional post and include some stats of the villian.
    • yeahyoung0312
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      Originally posted by dadaas
      Always Aggressively
      Not sure about this. If you can balance well then fine. If not then you become too exploitable to observant opponents.
    • MiiWiin
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      Originally posted by joecar
      by reading
      http://www.pokerstrategy.com/strategy/bss/1589/
      Good idea, and I can add one:

      The Semi-Bluff
    • MiiWiin
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      Originally posted by Chenghao
      how would u play flush draws :
      1) if their weak draws like 67s on a A2Ts board IP ,
      2) if its nut flush draw IP ,
      3) if its 2 overs/gutshot + flush draw IP, combo draws

      4- 6) repeat of 1 - 3 but OOP

      Against various villians ?
      Its no so easy to put this in a analysis like a chart.

      Nut flush Draw IP, 2 opponents...so I am playing raise/broke


      You have to look for your opponents, for your position, for the board and for your foldequity.

      When someone says "every time play aggressive..."...why against an opponent who will never folds a pair?


      One the one side you need foldequity when you raise, on the other side you need implied odds for a call.

      It is clear that the best play is raise/broke when your hand is strong enough, so you could play raise/broke when you have your option 3, overcards, combo-draws and so on.

      If you only have a weak draw and you cannot play raise/broke, you should just find a call.
    • BOBOsvk
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      Originally posted by Chenghao
      how would u play flush draws :
      1) if their weak draws like 67s on a A2Ts board IP ,
      2) if its nut flush draw IP ,
      3) if its 2 overs/gutshot + flush draw IP, combo draws

      4- 6) repeat of 1 - 3 but OOP

      Against various villians ?
      1.all in
      2.all in
      3.all in
      4.all in
      5.all in
      6.all in