re: Poker & Any pair plus flush draw on flop. ADVICE? PLZ HELP
Originally Posted by Kwolff
They are tough to lay down. I do prefer being the aggressor if only one other is in the hand. If more are in I try to slow play it a bit (depending on how high the flush draw is).
I think you just have to watch later in tournaments when stacks are larger. If you are a big stack and the person pushing against you is big as well do you want to risk it that late in the tourny on that hand? I would probably lay down if it was a mid or low flush draw with second or bottom pair in that situation if other player was somewhat tight.
Again depends on the other player or players I am against for final decision on these hands.
Aah, thank you. next time, I'll try to list down every specific details and exact situation. Because pair plus flush draw is one of most interesting hands. I mean, if someone has flush draw and semi-bluffing, then you're in lead and you're likely gonna win because their chance of making their flush decreases since you have flush cards too. If they flopped a set, you can rely on flush. If they have top pair, you get urself so many outs, either two pairs, trips, or flush. So yeah, hard to lay them down. since it's a very interesting hand, I wanted to get some answers from this forum. I couldnt' find a book that teaches this situation in details.