Originally Posted by robwhufc
Yep, but 3 handed 40% and 36% are still enough - higher flush draw is a cooler, and if you are up against 2 sets then they are holding a number of each other's outs.
Another flush draw would suck, but worst case scenario is still 17%. i'd gamble my $46 her on a possible triple up.
PokerStars Game #17878846031
*** FLOP *** [6s 7d 4d]
SvgePenguin: bets $3.60
Urdawg: raises $3.60 to $7.20
ironsteve: raises $7.80 to $15
SvgePenguin: raises $30 to $45 and is all-in
ironsteve: calls $30
*** TURN *** [6s 7d
*** RIVER *** [6s 7d 4d Jd] 2♣
*** SHOW DOWN ***
ironsteve: shows [4s 4h] (three of a kind, Fours)
SvgePenguin: shows [9d 8d] (a flush, Jack high)
SvgePenguin collected $99.95 from pot
I just moved up from $25NL and have been in a few $100+ pots, being a favorite in most, but was never able to win one. This was sooooo close to being my first $100 pot.
I have myself to blame though. Not adding on quick enough cost me $4.
Oh, and afterwards the guy said something about how he should have been smart enough to fold his set. I guess he didn't know that he was a favorite.