This is a discussion on $2 NLHE 6-max: Flush over Flush Could I have played this hand differently within the online poker forums, in the Cash Game Hand Analysis section; Villian Stats (VPIP/PFR/AF): 30/17/3.5
No Limit Hold'em $0.01/$0.02
Winning Poker Network
UTG - UTG ($2.02)
MP - MP ($0.64)
CO - CO ($2.06)
BTN - Hero ($2.46)
SB - SB ($0.21)
Just curious what your stats are, considering the way you played that hand, and the fact that you even played that hand.
Based on the line villain took here, (s)he was setting a trap, figuring that you would continue to bet, which you did, then waking up on the river. I would have checked the turn to slow down, the raising of the check-raise, and then having a call behind should have set off warning bells.
At this point, this is where you should be asking yourself what hands are you really beating here, especially given the villain leading out for their entire stack on the river.
Just my thoughts.
Somebody asked me what my favourite hand is, and I said "The one that takes all your chips".
If I shove and you call, I'll show.
I would only call the $0.14 villain raise, in the flop (re-raise to $0.31 feels like you had 66, 77 afraid of a flush) check turn, call river (not an all in of course) BTN open range most of the time is wide, but Q♦2♦? just fold preflop I don't recommended play with this hand.
BB shows 3♦A♦ (a flush, Ace high [Ad Kd 7d 6d 3d])
Hero shows Q♦2♦ (a flush, King high [Kd Qd 7d 6d 2d])
BB wins $3.87 from main pot
Hello jae locke, thank you for sharing it. I liked very much the way the hand was played.
It was all fine to me. This is a cooler my friend, it sucks but it will happen more often than we think because we do play hundreds/thousands of hands. Well played.