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2handed 11-29-2007 07:29 PM

1/2 deepstacked double flush draw
 
1/2 6max 380 dollar stacks, the prior hand i doubled through villain when when we got it all in on AA3 flop he had AKKQ I had A345. Other than that no real history.

On limp, He raises UTG, Button calls, I call in BB with QQJ5 double suited in spades and clubs.

Flop (37) 7c6s2c: Checked to villain who pots I call.

Turn (111) 5s: Check, He pots, I call

River (333) 3 offsuit: I check, he bets gos allin, I fold.

wazz 11-29-2007 07:58 PM

Re: 1/2 deepstacked double flush draw
 
Checkraise the turn all-in please. You're ahead/crushing a lot, villain is likely on tilt and betting anything, and you usually have a lot of outs if called by better.

2handed 11-29-2007 08:18 PM

Re: 1/2 deepstacked double flush draw
 
I dont think I am crushing a lot of his range here. I put him on an overpair with or without some draw, or 2pair+ most of the time. The only hands we are crushing is a high rundown hand with a flush draw. I dont like calling the turn, but going allin seems like a spew.

Hattifnatt 11-29-2007 08:41 PM

Re: 1/2 deepstacked double flush draw
 
turn: c/f > c/r > c/c imo

2handed 11-30-2007 01:50 PM

Re: 1/2 deepstacked double flush draw
 
I am still undecided on this hand. I know it is hard to definitively say what the best play is without knowing roughly the frequency that the turn bet is a tilty bluff with air, but this was an unknown player so I didnt have much to go off. Check-folding was appealing at the time, but the fact that I was getting 2-1 with hand that was likely to be good if it hit suckered me in. I was planning to push any card that made my flush on the river, and expected to be called by worse a fair amount of the time, especially if the backdoor draw came. A low board pairing I would consider check/calling to snap of a bluff.

Given that plan on the river, are my reverse implied odds etc. strong enough to dissuade a call, since it does seem like I am getting the right price to play.

2handed 11-30-2007 02:27 PM

Re: 1/2 deepstacked double flush draw
 
If he is tilting from the last hand, he can easily have a hand that contains 89 or a small pair. It just seems really kamikaze to pot the turn here and nearly commit yourself without something pretty good going for you hand.


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