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    Default Not a bad flop

    Just because :-)

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    Somehow the replayer shows the bet- and potsizes vertically nowadays, making it really hard to follow the action.

    Nice hand. Funny how villain slows down on the river because he's missed his flush and the T is fairly scary facing an opponent who's called twice, but then chucks in 22BB anyway when you bet (you had to try and get all of his money, obv.). Gotta love the micro's.

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    Wow. Guy just couldn't fold his aces despite a flopped flush board and then pairing up. Outstanding!
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    If I'm him I'm calling too - I could have a missed flush in my range
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    Quote Originally Posted by Patrick 'paddyjim' View Post
    If I'm him I'm calling too - I could have a missed flush in my range
    So you think your average opponent will call two barrels with a 1-card flush draw and then bet out when he misses, while you hold the ace of that suit yourself? -seriously??

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    He's getting almost 4/1 on a call, so he only needs to be right just over 20% of the time, which is not unreasonable (i could be bluffing or betting a hand like KsQd possibly).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Patrick 'paddyjim' View Post
    Not a bad flop
    That's an understatement!

    Quote Originally Posted by Patrick 'paddyjim' View Post
    He's getting almost 4/1 on a call, so he only needs to be right just over 20% of the time, which is not unreasonable (i could be bluffing or betting a hand like KsQd possibly).
    Yeah, it's hardly a donkey call.

    Anyway, what a lovely hand. Getting paid off is just a bonus. Well played Paddy!

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    Ah, I didn't see his stack. I'd have likely got it all in by the turn by adjusting my betting if I could (I'd have to see it again). Still, he's a donk for not topping off (though you were lucky he wasn't since it seems you were a bit low also).
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    I have a scenario that's related to this topic, so I'll ask it here. I was in a 3-way, 4 and 5 bet situation recently. I folded AJ suited and it was obvious the other two were going to stack off with KK and AA. Now, in this scenario, the board ended up making my flush, meaning I would have won.

    When KK and AA stack off, neither of them are suited. It would have been VERY profitable (in that hand) to go all-in with my AJ, but is this a good play in general?
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    No. You were crushed preflop and you knew it. That is like saying "It would have been VERY profitable (in that hand) to go all-in with my 72,". Preflop action said you had very little equity and you knew it. I hope you didn't get too involved in all the 4 and 5-betting.
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