This is a discussion on Fish at the turn within the online poker forums, in the Cash Games section; If I feel I am behind to a TPTK opponent at the flop and have a massive draw say open ended straight and flush draw
If I feel I am behind to a TPTK opponent at the flop and have a massive draw say open ended straight and flush draw plus 2 over cards then in this situation I should get my chips in.
Is it wrong on turn to get all my chips in on the same draw combo plus over cards on the turn and try to hit on the river card?
Or am I a fish on the turn to make that move and get called
7th December 2011, 7:29 PM
For example let's say I'm KQ s and the villian likely has AJ and the board is J 2 6 10 and I have straight and flush draw
What my odds for the river card to hit and how do i play this?
7th December 2011, 8:27 PM
Game: NLHE, PLO
Your outs x 2. So any king, queen, Ace or 9 or Flush card. = 13 + 7 ~21 outs and so a ~42% chance of winning. But raise flop anyway. And post in the learning poker section too.