$4 NL HE Full Ring: Flopped the Nut Flush! ...but the board paired.
Party Poker $2 No Limit Hold'em - 9 players - View hand 395512
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Hero (MP2): $3.17
($0.03) Hero is MP2 with J ♣
, UTG+1 raises to $0.08
, 2 folds
, Hero raises to $0.28
, 3 folds
, BB calls $0.26, UTG+1 calls $0.20
($0.85) T ♣
Q ♣ (3 players)
BB checks, UTG+1 checks, Hero checks
($0.85) T ♦ (3 players)
BB bets $0.10
, UTG+1 raises to $0.62 all in
, Hero raises to $2.89 all in
, BB folds
($2.19) 4 ♦ (2 players - 2 are all in)
UTG+1 shows J ♦
(two pairs, Queens and Tens)
Hero shows J ♣
(a flush, Ace high)
Hero wins $2.09
Well this hand got my pulse raising today! Is flopping the nut flush like 1/500 hands? I don't know but I felt quite comfortable after the flop came.
I didn't want to spook anybody so I figured as long as the board didn't paired I would be safe. I checked and let a the turn card come...
A ten! Now I dont feel quite so confident as a ten is well within calling a preflop raise range and so is a queen!
Player in early position bets out and the guy in mid position quickly puts in a hefty raise going all-in with his last 62 cents. I smelt danger and figured it was time to end the hand so I also went all-in. Guy in early position folded, keeping his last $1.11.
Was I right to panic or should I have kept the pace slow to take his last $1.11 after the river?
Should I have folded when the guy in mid position went all-in as there was serious full house danger. Did I just get lucky winning this hand afterall?
I suppose when there are to tens on the board there is less chance of someone else also having a ten!