re: Poker & Nut flush draw and 2 over cards to the board
Thank you for all your comments. Always good to hear different opinions to a play. I've redeemed myself (mentally) by making it to day 2 of the mega millions event (10% qualify) so I feel better anyway .
First session of that tourney I busted with a boat over boat. I wonder if any of you could have got away from my hand.
Third level (75-150 blinds) Limped pot of 4 players including myself. stacks are around 20k of all players. I have pocket 4c4d and I'm in between the 2 players that are in the hand.
flop comes Ks10c4s. BB check, UTG+1 check, I check and the cutoff bet 700 to 600 pot. BB folds UTG+1 call and I raise it to 3000$. The logic behind such a big raise is that in specifically in those tourneys a lot of players would pay almost any amount on a draw and I want to build the pot from the start. I still have 100BB behind if a spade comes on the turn, so I can get away from the hand pretty easily.
The original raiser call, and UTG+1 call.
Turn comes a king, it's check to me, and at this point I decided to check because I want the players to think I was bluffing
on a draw, or to let them get there (str8 or flush). The cut off now bet to the pot 8k, UTG+1 fold and I go all in for 15k. I get a snap call, cutoff had K10 for a better full house. Could you get away from it?
The way the hand played I would never put him on that hand. I think that a bet on his side on the turn is a bad play since he have the absolute nuts.
What do you think?