This is a discussion on $5 NLHE 6-max: Flopped top set multiway on 3 Flush flop within the online poker forums, in the Cash Game Hand Analysis section; I had some trouble with this turn decision. The limper was playing 41/0 and CO seemed to be pretty passive so far. I flatted the
$5 NLHE 6-max: Flopped top set multiway on 3 Flush flop
I had some trouble with this turn decision. The limper was playing 41/0 and CO seemed to be pretty passive so far. I flatted the isolation raise to keep the original limper in the hand. Also if I raise, and he reraises, I don't feel great about my JJ since he is pretty tight so far.
On the flop I go for a X/R to let both players take a stab at the pot. I guess my big questions is what is the CO flatting my raise with, and what my turn decision should be. I have just over a pot sized bet left. I can see this player flatting here with QQ-AA with a spade, but if he is flatting to set a trap with AKs, then I feel like he also wouldn't have cbet the flop. Thanks for your thoughts.
im thinking check calling the turn
but if we're calling, then betting first seems ok too
June 14th, 2017, 8:30 PM
re: Poker & $5 NLHE 6-max: Flopped top set multiway on 3 Flush flop
My thought was to check call the turn as well, but if villain did indeed have QQ-AA with a spade then they have the option of a free river.
June 14th, 2017, 8:46 PM
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CO has fish stats, under 100bb stack, and massive VPIP. Donít think too much what he has, just get it in.
He talks himself to call AJ,QQ,KK,AA = 22 combos, and about 12 combos of made flus, and many high draws that call too. So personally I feel that against fish this should be easy large bet or shove. Btw there is only one combo of AsKs, so donít worry just that one hand at all.
I have been getting my answers wrong quite much lately so take this as a just my idea about the hand.