This is a discussion on Value Bet ou Call com Flush Draw?! within the online poker forums, in the Learning Poker section; Reading about Outs and Odds in an article, I came across an example where the author talked about making value bet with Flush Draw.
Reading about Outs and Odds in an article, I came across an example where the author talked about making value bet with Flush Draw.
Obviously there are a number of other factors to be taken into account, but I have doubts about this, as I always use the Pot odds table to get more accurate about a CALL.
My question is about the best way to play a Flush Draw:
CALL or VALUE BET?
5th January 2017, 8:32 PM
Online Poker at: ACR and BCP
Game: both (Hi/Lo)
As long as stack sizes are not a primary factor ("Chip Stack Index" of 10 or less) then I would suggest betting a draw in position, and possibly check/raising the draw out of position.
The check raise (especially on the flop) can work in the same way that a "freeze" bet does, allowing you to extend the hand all the way to the river without putting more chips in (beyond the initially flop reraise)
for the most part, bets indicate strength and checks indicate weakness
5th January 2017, 8:55 PM
Poker at: pokerstars
Make a bet if he re-raises you than there is no point of risking on seeing the river.