This is a discussion on $2 NLHE 6-max: river overbet w dro and bloker within the online poker forums, in the Cash Game Hand Analysis section; how do you you think was my bluff normal here?
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UTG Churrinche ($1.94)
flopping a straight and flushdraw is usually a mandatory triple barrel in my opinion. your hitting at least something by the river to often to not try to build the pot but on this specific run out i think villains range is weighted more towards one pair and two pair type hands than straights and sets which is what your repping on the river. villain might not be willing to fold his pairs for a 2/3,3/4 sized bet on the river so i think a slight over bet is a good idea in order to take the pot down. your already kinda pot commited
May 26th, 2018, 6:55 PM
I would say that was a horrible time to bluff, based on the board you are more likely to have hit two pair than a straight and two pair would DEFINITELY be in the villain's range. However, in the end, you should be happy that the flush didn't hit because your opponents line screams out flush draw (and I can only assume it was higher than 8 high).