Originally Posted by locha2013
Wow what a fold.
I don't really know if I have folded with an ace flush.
Is the other player with the straight flush all in and the ace player called? I think it was a good call with the ace baut bad luck because of the straight flush.
I was player 9 and had an easy check-fold on the river. Went back and reviewed the hand.
-Four players called the BB.
-Player 5 bet 3bb on the flop with his OESD + pair, myself and player 1 called, UTG+1 folded.
-The turn was checked around.
-I checked the river, player 1 bet .30, player 5 raised $1.98, I folded and player 1 called all-in.
Would have been a great fold-and-show from player 1, but that would never happen at the micros. A friend of mine faced the same situation at the CardPlayer Poker Tour in Choctaw this summer and lost a buy-in.
Blobweird is right. Player 5 still has 47% equity against my flopped straight (minus player 1's nut flush draw) so he's never folding the combo if we get it in on the flop. Given the micros, player 1 would likely call all-in on the flop if it had gone that way.
Probably lost the minimum even if it felt passive.