This is a discussion on Spotting Quads within the online poker forums, in the Learning Poker section; Do you ever worry about another player having 4 of a kind? Most places I look, the consensus is that if your opponent has quads,
Do you ever worry about another player having 4 of a kind? Most places I look, the consensus is that if your opponent has quads, while you have the 2nd nuts, you just gotta pay up and get over it. So when you are trying to put your opponent on a hand, does quads ever come into consideration, or is it something that doesn't happen often enough that you worry about it?
If so, what is some stereotypical behavior you will get if your opponent makes four of a kind, and would you ever lay down a full house to a quad hunch?
I'm never folding a full house to quads when the board is only paired once. It may cross my mind when the board is showing trips, but even then im thinking i may be beat by a higher boat, but very unlikely quads.
February 1st, 2018, 2:23 AM
Im trying right now but i think i cant imagine getting away from second nuts when i only lose to 4 of a kind.Maybe if i had some soulread on my oponnent who is reg and if we are deep in blinds...but in 99% situations no im not folding fh when losing only to 4 of a kind
February 1st, 2018, 4:01 AM
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I generally never worry about quads when the board is only paired once....
February 1st, 2018, 4:33 AM
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Oops, sorry. Thought this was the Squatting Pods thread!