This is a discussion on Straight and Flush Draw Strategy within the online poker forums, in the Tournament Poker section; Hi,
I was in tournament with JQs and flop was Ace 10 and 3. Ace and K of same suit as I had. I was middle
Rephrase this please, was the flop checked, when did the K of spades come you said flop was As 10 3, what were the blinds, stack sizes, bubble, itm? etc, need details bud.
24th November 2016, 5:06 AM
Online Poker at: pokerstars
Game: all games
First of all The Explanation of Hand need to be clear bud
What i understood from your question is this : -
You had JQs & flop was A 10 3 and other is unclear , i guess Turn was K
so u hit a made hand by turn and u had nut flush draw to improve your hand
So ur question whether this is a good move depends on villain & his stack size which u have not posted along with your question
u need to give following info for hand analysis : -
what is ur position ?
what were blinds & antes ?
what kind of type villain is " loose / tight " ?
what is your stack size & his stack size ?
how action went on flop ? etc
24th November 2016, 8:08 PM
Poker at: Pokerstars
Game: Omaha 8
It seemed like a somewhat of a bad raise from the information I gathered. But we need more information to give better analysis.
We need to know the bet size, stack size, what kind of player is villain and the preflop action.
From what I gathered played from the cut off with QsJs your opponent was in the BB with AsKs. The flop was A(something) 10s 3s Your opponent and you then got into a betting war on the flop with there being at least four bets on the flop.
I would say you could have just called you opponents first bet on the flop and re evaluate turn.
2nd December 2016, 8:30 PM
Online Poker at: PokerStars
re: Poker & Straight and Flush Draw Strategy
Yes bad nadybala to throw
Yesterday, 4:11 AM
Poker at: PKR
Game: HOLD EM
from what i understand you had not hit anything yet you was hoping for a king or any of your suit, this means 12 outs, you only have a 48% chance of improving your hand,
the main questions you should ask is did you expect a fold?
the move in itself would require a few things, 1 for you to be the preflop agressor, and 2... for your opponent to have the ability to lay down his holding, purely by maths your bleeding chips which makes it a bad move