This is a discussion on What about these suited connectors??? within the online poker forums, in the Learning Poker section; Most of the times I finish my tournaments chasing tha straight flush. I will end up in 95% with a Monsterdraw (straight and flush possible).
Most of the times I finish my tournaments chasing tha straight flush. I will end up in 95% with a Monsterdraw (straight and flush possible). Most of the times I flop the monster and I am all/in or call the all/in. It feels like the board could have 7 cards and it still would stay a Monsterdraw. If it is all/in preflop, the last card to build my monsterdraw comes on the river, just like they want to show me, that they can do it whenever they want and ALL DAY LONG. Is there any math or logical explanation,that can teach me, why not to play or follow these hands?
I'm having a hard time with this myself. I see the possibilities on the board and I'm usually the one who is raising only to whiff completely.
February 14th, 2018, 1:11 PM
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Originally Posted by blueskies
Poker is about luck. So don't worry about coin flips that you don't win.
It sure is about luck.I am playing so bad ATM but getting real lucky, I'm 34th in chips with over 1100 players left.
My current stats are vp 60 pr 6 3b 2.
Usual stats are 20/10/4.
February 14th, 2018, 1:26 PM
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As you have quoted you have never been in front in this hand. You where chaising you oponent. 43% for a all in is not realy a good call in my opinion.
February 14th, 2018, 1:37 PM
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re: Poker & What about these suited connectors???
Whenver vI play suited connectors and I am on a draw I do not keep in the hand if the board is paired any paired board I let down my draw and let the villain takes my chips do not keep calling for a dream and never go all in to call your opponent for such kind of draws to limit your losses.
February 14th, 2018, 6:43 PM
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I love playing cards with connectors, I prefer to play these cards than an AK, the best way to play is to leave the pot cheap and let the players raise it. I slightly like the style of Daniel Negreanu and his theory of small ball