This is a discussion on My bustouts tonight within the online poker forums, in the General Poker section; AQ - Q high flop, villain raises, I re-raise, all-in, call, QQ :eek:
AK - A85 flop, i raise, re-raised, allin, 88 :eek:
AJ - A72 flop,
AQ - Q high flop, villain raises, I re-raise, all-in, call, QQ
AK - A85 flop, i raise, re-raised, allin, 88
AJ - A72 flop, villain raises, i re-raise, all-in call 77
My question is can I/should I be able to get away from hands like this?
I dunno, I'm confused
3rd January 2009, 1:42 AM
Poker at: ultimatebet
Game: NL Hold'em
you should only all in on flop with two pair, 3 of a kind or a flush. Top pair with a high kicker you should put out a nice bet, and if someone re-raises or all in, chances are they got a better kicker, or they have something better than top pair. Also you have to take into consideration what they called preflop, if they called a raised preflop chances are they have good cards.
3rd January 2009, 1:48 AM
Dorkus Malorkus [12,434]
Online Poker at: Stars
re: Poker & My bustouts tonight
post in HA omitting the results for proper analysis - it's hard to comment without knowing how deep you were etc.
the answer is probably they are all standard hands though, unless effective stacks were pretty deep.
3rd January 2009, 2:11 AM
Poker at: Stars
They all look like pretty standard cooers, they happen. The AJ one on the A72 board might not be quite as big of a cooler since there's almost nothing you can beat with AJ when villain is willing to stack off here.