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What to do when you are in flush-draw with high cards in hand, being in late position post flop? bet, raise or check?
8th January 2018, 8:56 PM
It is almost always preferable to check, since you do not want to compromise with the pot unless you have a play made. However, you can bet in certain situations to control the size of the pot. If you see that everyone is very passive, you can also make a small bet because in case you hit the flush it may be an insignificant pot and that you do not want to happen either.
8th January 2018, 9:00 PM
Poker at: PokerStars
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Ok.. so CC needs to add a button that automatically writes - it depends on - 'cause it really depends on the players you have at the table, the type of the table and the stacksize.
For example, on zoom/snap 90% of the times I would check.. on cash tables, maybe test raise..
So again, it depends.
9th January 2018, 6:57 PM
Online Poker at: 888
Playing agresssively is good, ever. Bet for bluff.