Originally Posted by medeiros13
You must not play Omaha too often. Lets say he does have a flush draw..he's not getting proper pot odds
to make that call. Additionally, lets say he has the same straight with the flush draw, what happens if a face card hits that's a non diamond. Then who's getting freerolled???
So to use your thought process, Alon risks getting "freerolled" by a diamond, the villan risks getting freerolled by a non diamond K Q A and possibly a 9.
I have to agree with medeiros here.
be getting 'freerolled' in the sense that someones got the straight aswell with redraws to the flush, but he also has redraws (12 outs, 3 of them teinted) to the higher straight.
He can freeroll the flush if he has the same straight with absolute no risk, and only all potential gain.
Suppose OP does have the straight + flush redraw; he has plenty of risk - he has to avoid a K,A,Q and 9 to just split the pot
and has to hit a diamond (only ~%18) to actually win
the pot. After actually just doing the calculations with a hand calculator and setting (Qd9d2h3h) as OP's hand, Alon's stats are as follows:
And that's assuming that OP has the made straight and
redraws to the flush; something that you really can't put an opponent on. The point is that if you're not betting with this hand, you're insane, or don't know how to play omaha.
On a side note, stats for OP having straight and redraws to full house are:
also a hand that you can't actually put OP on, so you'd have to push your hand anyways to scare off a draw.