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I realize I need to
Hi my first real post (I posted an intro and accidentally posted it into the international languages section.. fail )
I realize I need to tighten up this river aspect of my game. Rarely do I re-raise into a potential flush draw on the river. But I catch myself calling often and it either pays off or I get axed greatly.
I know when I have an Ace of the flush suit, it gives me added bluffing potential and the nuts. Also I know when it's cheap to see the river I always call. But sometimes when it's more expensive, it can be difficult to not chase the big pot.
What goes into your decision for calling to see the river?
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Hi. That option to pay or not pay on the river is tied to the villain's bet size. if it is normal according to what is in the pot, a fourth or a half pot would call and if it goes there I would think about it more. Why can you leave me out of the tournament if the project does not materialize. And I say it because it has happened to me many times.
June 14th, 2020, 8:30 PM
Join Date: Apr 2020
If the pod odds are good or If I'm a big stack and a small stack bets, yes.
June 15th, 2020, 2:37 AM
Join Date: Jan 2017
Online Poker at: 888 Poker
1. Price to pay relative to the pot.
2. Do I have a hand that can win in a showdown?
June 15th, 2020, 2:42 AM
Join Date: May 2020
re: Poker & Calling the river for a flush draw?
I find this tricky too - particularly if you are playing with people who dont consider the odds when calling your raises on the flop and turn eg flush draw on board, u have a made hand, raise 2/3rd pot and they call, turn is a blank and u repeat. River is 3rd suited card and they bet big. So, u dont want to pay them off and justify their poor calls but you wonder if they really have it. I guess that is how I started the discussion....that i suspect they have a flush draw.
Im really new here too so adding to the discussion (hopefully) rather than answering 😁
June 15th, 2020, 6:18 AM
Join Date: Jan 2019
Online Poker at: ACR
depends on situation
Everything depends on situation of that case's place.