Originally Posted by AlexeyN
U have flopped flush-draw, which will becoming flush in 50% of spots. And u have to call 0,9/(1,35+0,9)=0,4 => pot-odds give you 1 to 2,5. That's good for profitable call, 'coz for EV=0 u need to have 1 to 2, so 0,5 of odds it's you real profit.
I'm confused with "which will becoming flush in 50% of spots". To river, this will come in @ 36% and the turn about 18%. Also, you're looking at the EV of the flop call while giving yourself two cards of equity. Not that I'm advocating a fold, I'm just saying if you're looking at immediate pot odds
, and there is likely to be betting on the turn, things are different than what you've outlined here. You also have to consider the two players behind you. They may c/r or w/e.
I think a raise is going to be a very strong play here on the flop. We have no reads on anyone, but what we're seeing here is a LP player make a bet on the flop after the PF aggressor didn't c-bet. That could be a lot of different hands that may not be able to stand up against a raise.
As others have said, raise the turn. Not so much about not letting a river heart come up (that's a pretty small consideration), but more importantly to chunk up your stack more efficiently. You want to get all-in with your hand. By calling, you leave about $10.50 left on the river and less than a $6 pot. Click it back or something on the turn will give you like a $9 pot on the river with more like $7 left in the stacks. This is a much easier way to get it in.