This is a discussion on $200 NLHE Full Ring: $200 NLHE Full Ring: Flopped 2-Pair vs. Flushed Board | All-in? within the online poker forums, in the Cash Game Hand Analysis section; Hi CardsChat, looking for some help!
I sat down at a local charity room, playing $1/2 NL with 8 people at the table. The room just
Looks like you played it fine imo, unlucky about the outcome.
23rd August 2016, 3:19 PM
Game: NL Holdem
Hand was played OK. Yes buy-in for the max the game allows. New table, new players I don't know anything about, I'm probably not playing KJs from MP but then again I do start tight, but that's also just results-oriented analysis on my part
23rd August 2016, 3:57 PM
Online Poker at: Pokerstars
Game: Texas Holdem
23rd August 2016, 4:00 PM
especially when we are so short its a no brainer to stack off. Villain played his hand horribly preflop.
29th August 2016, 2:41 AM
Game: PLO and NLHE
re: Poker & $200 NLHE Full Ring: $200 NLHE Full Ring: Flopped 2-Pair vs. Flushed Board | All-in?
It's a break even spot. You have $52 in the pot and $48 back. The hand runs close to 50/50 with him having a flush draw and a gutshot. So knowing his hand, you have to call since so much was invested at the flop. It's a cointoss.
If there was a Q 10 or made flush, you had the wrong pot odds to continue. You're roughly 18% to fill up (hitting another K or J) and 48% to call off.
I would have checked and see what developed. Or possiblly bet smaller to possibly get more callers, to get the proper pot odds, but this would be the least advisable approach I think.
In general, I would just have checked it on the flop and re-evaluated on later streets. So many players in the hand and the board texture, it's a tough spot to be in.