re: Poker & £100nl AA vs worlds worst flop/but not all that bad
Originally Posted by tenbob
The turn is a disaster for you, it fills flushes/straights and denys you implied odds if you do catch that last club. Straights/sets even K/Q high flushes are rarely paying off even if you do hit.
This is going to sound really noobish how has the king ruined our implied odds? Surely it has filled up more hands which may call us on river if we hit the flush? Surely more hands will call now if we hit our flush on the river, then the hands that would have had we hit on the turn f if you understand. Cant really explain what im meaning, that was best i could do
Originally Posted by baconn
check and see how much villians bet, call if you get the right price
What would the right price be? Do you mean to draw to the flush? Is it safe to assume we only have 7 clean flush outs aswell?
Would there be an arguement for pushing all in over the top of a turn bet by villain?