Originally Posted by D'wilius
I think pot control has to start earlier. I wouldn't raise on straight draw on a paired flop with flush draw. Each subsequent bet at a pot becomes larger. After calling the turn the player betting has less left than there is in the pot and the other much less, not much pot control.
Earlier you say? Do you mean playing passive in that flop and trying to see a cheap turn by calling, even in 4-way pot?
I do agree with you in general D'wilius, just not sure if it applies here as a good move.
I bet at BB mainly because it was 4-way limpers pot and needed some information, wanted middle pairs to fold in case I hit a pair, cards that would split the pot etc and also, I could increase my representing range.
The table was tight, I was feeling ok... would like to know your opinions on flop move please
Originally Posted by SeanyJ
I would raise the turn all day
But I would be called by a better hand, ok trips also, draws I don't know, he has less than the pot... don't know
The thing is, I think it's a risky flip, there are a few outs against me, why bet a hole buy-in on this flip...
But again I don't if it's correct to go this way, thoughts are appreciated