This is a discussion on $10 NLHE 6-max: Flushdraw texture on flop & turn: Folding for that? within the online poker forums, in the Cash Game Hand Analysis section; PokerStars - $0.10 NL (6 max) - Holdem - 6 players
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BB: 144.1 BB (VPIP: 14.57, PFR: 9.93, 3Bet Preflop: 2.13, Hands:
Your oponent is not agresive enough after 150 hands to be able to bluff in that spot with anything. I think the worst hand he can have when he shoves on that turn is.. AK with the A of spade. But again not lag enough for that maybe.. so fold to his shove on flop
22nd March 2018, 11:30 AM
Poker at: Pokerstars
i would have lead the flop or check raised here. Why are we happy to get it in on the turn but not be aggressive on the flop? Probably check calling turn as played and folding to a large river bet.
23rd March 2018, 3:42 AM
Online Poker at: ACR
re: Poker & $10 NLHE 6-max: Flushdraw texture on flop & turn: Folding for that?
I think you should be 3-betting preflop at a short handed table, and then leading or check raising.
23rd March 2018, 11:40 PM
Simply put: you played passively when you had the nuts and aggressively when you didn't. WHY bet the turn???
When the board hits a third suit, an alarm bell should go off in your head about a flush. This doesn't mean you immediately fold but you certainly don't bloat the pot out of position when you can't be sure of villain's range.
With that raise, his range is now polarized... he either has you beat (flush, KK) or is bluffing. At this level, rarely will someone bluff into a hand when an opponent shows strength on a scare card. If it turns out he was bluffing/semi-bluffing, that's very useful information.