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Old 11-19-2007, 09:26 PM
rhino9907 rhino9907 is offline
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Default 4NL top 2 on 4 flush board?

Anyone call here hoping to boat river knowing you're getting his stack if you do?

http://cakepoker.com/HandHistory/?Ha...zIjHwcXNwcY%3d
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Old 11-19-2007, 10:25 PM
toymach776 toymach776 is offline
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Default Re: 4NL top 2 on 4 flush board?

link doesnt show the hole cards dude.
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Old 11-19-2007, 10:55 PM
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Default Re: 4NL top 2 on 4 flush board?

Weird...they usually do. I had KJo.
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Old 11-20-2007, 02:15 PM
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Default Re: 4NL top 2 on 4 flush board?

Hey everyone,

I've been lurking here a while, but everybody says lurking doesn't help your game as much as participating, so here goes. Iím trying to practice calculating pot odds, so if somebody who knows what they're talking about wants to critique my answer that'd be swell [img]/images/graemlins/smile.gif[/img] This one seems pretty black and white, so itíd be good practice.

This looks like a clear fold due to pot odds. If my maths is correct, you have to call 0.96 to win 2.88 (3:1). You have 4 outs to boat up and 1 card to come so your odds of hitting are about 10:1. Counting the 1.86 left in his stack as implied odds, that would still only get you 5:1 on the turn call Ė still a fold.

I like betting the flop, but I probably would have made it smaller, like 2/3 the pot. You arenít going to fold out a better hand here and 2/3 will still take it down if youíre ahead and save a little when youíre behind.
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