This is a discussion on 8c7s on flop 9c 6c 4c within the online poker forums, in the Cash Games section; I believe this to be a very tricky flop if your in a hand with a lot of ppl. Why? because first of all you
I believe this to be a very tricky flop if your in a hand with a lot of ppl. Why? because first of all you have some good draws like the outside straight, and a flush... but if you were on a table with 4 villans, then you have the problem of someone else drawing for a bigger flush, or possibly having a flush made already... so you could be risking a lot of money and lose when your draw comes. Maybe your already loosing if someone has the flush made! So I consider this to not be an ideal hand. The right move would be to check and hope you get one of the following 6 cards:
Th Td Ts 5h 5d 5s
There you know you have a good chance of winning. I would check this no matter the position. What about you guys?
12th July 2013, 8:04 PM
This is not a great hand by any means with this many opponents. You could be drawing dead instantly and if not easily be drawing to your straight draw, which obviously two outs of them would be gone because they are clubs. I'm honestly check folding this hand in this scenario.
12th July 2013, 8:23 PM
Poker at: pokerstars
Game: NL holdem
I think it's hard to play a hand or rather is a hand that you've only got two outs. besides you can not have many villains against them is a losing hand in your place I would fold quickly to avoid losing a lot of money on a bigger dregs. a hug
12th July 2013, 8:56 PM
Check and then fold when someone raises. flush is big threat here. you have only 8c.
13th July 2013, 10:05 PM
Poker at: Lock Poker
re: Poker & 8c7s on flop 9c 6c 4c
Lots of people play draws this one was a bad gamble most of the time. I do sometimes see myself being rather "streaky" and calling for most open enders and gutshots. Its pretty much bad poker on my part but almost habbit it seems. I do however get a little more tight at casinos during certain situations.
13th July 2013, 11:25 PM
Online Poker at: Winning
bah, flushes happen almost never. In an aggro table I peel down, but in a straightforward/passive table I just bet small for thin value and as a blocker. Most people are drawing to something, and when one of the draws completes the other one will miss nearly always.