Originally Posted by GunslingerZ
If you check and the pfr bets, the button or blinds could call with a higher flush draw
Yeah, I think that logic's a little flawed, especially at microstakes, because:
1) An ace high flush draw probably isn't folding for any price.
2) The money you earn from other hands that aren't flush draws (pairs, ect.) should outweigh the times when you lose 7 outs in equity.
Whenever I'm in a multi-way pot with a mega-strong draw, my goals are the following:
1) Get the money in on the flop while my equity is highest.
2) Bloat the pot as large as possible.
Its probably more of a limit concept, that when you have a strong draw, you want a large multi-way pot. But especially at microstakes, where our fold equity is minimal & our implied odds are large, I think we should take the same approach.