re: Poker & How to play set on a board with flush draw
Originally Posted by grafkarow
So you're going to pay off my 2/3 pot bet with a flush draw?
Do you really think you'll have implied odds and will get paid off when the flush hits ? I seriously doubt that.
If it doesn't hit on turn what then ? Call the 2/3 pot bet again ?
I dont understand your argument at all, its pretty standard. Who would ever fold to a 2/3rd pot bet on a flop with a flush draw.
Say the pot is 100 and your facing a 66 chip bet so 66/166 is your pot odds
, so thats an easy call on the flop. And yes i do think that tthe implied odds will pay off, not everytime but in the long run considering i play 5nl and the players are spewy as hell.
If it doesnt hit on the turn then fold most cases unless of sourse the pot is still pretty small and you know your up against a fish who your sure will stack off if the river hits a flush or at least call your valuebet.
These types of draws have definately made up for themselves for when they have hit for me over probably 100000+ hands. I dont know the exact amount as i just started using a hud and the server where i have the most volume only tells
me how many raked hands i have played and doesnt support a hud but 15k+raked since october 10.
With this being said i wouldnt suggest that you play every opponent like this. You just have to know which ones serve you the right implied odds. I explain this to my brother who is a 1000nl grinder and has been playing professionally for 8 years and he says well ya if you feel your getting the right implied odds then go with it. Ive told him my strategy and he hasnt told me to do otherwise.
If you think im wrong well sorry to hear that but ive proven to myself that it works.