This is a discussion on $5 NLHE Full Ring: Nut Straight Vs. River Potential Straight Flush, Flush Draws within the online poker forums, in the Cash Game Hand Analysis section; Villian Stats (VPIP/PFR/AF): 30/9/2.8
So I aggro bet very aggressively on the turn. I thought opponent was on a flush draw, but that's it. I had
$5 NLHE Full Ring: Nut Straight Vs. River Potential Straight Flush, Flush Draws
Villian Stats (VPIP/PFR/AF): 30/9/2.8
So I aggro bet very aggressively on the turn. I thought opponent was on a flush draw, but that's it. I had nuts on turn, so I wonder if it was wrong that I went basically all in? Could this hand have been played differently after the turn. And if not, can you guys fold the river? I usually can, but not when I'm in position--blocking. Its hard.
This is a spot that's pretty common in Omaha, known as a "nut straight freeroll". Essentially, when you raise the flop here, it's obvious you have a straight, and you're only getting called when you're chopping. However, once in a while you'll be up against something like KcQc so you're actually not a favorite.
Call the turn, let the button tag along. You want the button to draw, and MP1 is very rarely bluffing when he's firing into two opponents for a second time. You're likely chopping with MP1, so leave the dead money in the hand.
March 19th, 2018, 1:35 PM
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Yeah can't imagine you posted this unless villian hit a flush with KcQc / Qc/Jc.Your large raise may force out anyone with a set now not getting odds to call. I agree with C9, just call the turn and shove all non paired non club river cards.