re: Poker & $200 NLHE Full Ring: Shoving top pair + flush draw on flop
I don't think villain is folding two pair here. Given that we are probably beat, we aren't really committed to calling a turn bet right? Can't we just run the odds
on the turn and go from there? Also, any turn that superfish hangs around for is one that I would love to be there for. As long as superfish is in and I have a reasonable price for hitting, I'm suppppppppper incentivized to hang around. Not such a bad proposition.
And, if it comes blank blank, do we really HAVE to call a river shove? Definitely not, right? We can play smart poker and save ourselves $100 or whatever, brush it off, and hit our flush on of the next times we flop the nut draw.