This is a discussion on $200 NLHE Full Ring: flopped baby flush within the online poker forums, in the Cash Game Hand Analysis section; I am an hour into a live session with mostly players I have never played with. I have been active due to some run good
I am an hour into a live session with mostly players I have never played with. I have been active due to some run good and have the biggest stack at the table at $650, but have only gotten to showdown once (flopped set). Villains stack is $150 and he arrived about 15 minutes earlier. He hasn't gotten involved until this hand.
UTG raises to $6
I call with 3d 4d on the button
both blinds call
6 players, pot $36
flop Ad 2d 9d
checks to villain who bets $20
I call and everyone else folds
I bet $25
I check behind.
Did I play too nitty on all streets?
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no. You played it as well as you could given the circumstances. How far was the villian going to go for what was probably a high d? rake it in and store the info for the next hand.
14th March 2018, 2:09 PM
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I'm betting the river for value just about always here. You are missing value from all his Ax where his kicker is decent and his 2 pair hands.The check on the turn will be a lot of Ax pot controlling maybe with a diamond as backup. Flushes and boats just keep betting to charge your Ax.
If the pot is 126 and he has 90ish behind then betting around 40 should pick up plenty of calls. If he shoves the extra 50 that sucks but I don't expect it to happen very often. I mean what could it be 99 or 22 or A2. All very unlikely. AA KK and AK all likely would have raised preflop.
As we dont know much about him putting him all in on the end might fold out too much of his Ax so.
Yep I'd bet 40 hoping for calls from AQ AJ AT A9 and maybe some AK.