This is a discussion on $2 NLHE 6-max: Jamming a flush on turn within the online poker forums, in the Cash Game Hand Analysis section; Cooler I think. Thoughts?
Pacific Poker - $0.02 NL FAST (6 max) - Holdem - 6 players
Hand converted by PokerTracker 4
Hero (BTN): 179 BB
SB: 119 BB
What's wrong with this hand? You get it in in large favor and lose 20% of time.
By the way, are you going to keep updating your cash game progress thread? I am at about the same level with you and we can possibly work together.
I might revisit it, forget exactly where i left off. I had quite a while off and have come back to playing 2nl again, try and build up to 5nl.
Yeah not too unhappy losing this one, it happens. Just been posting up some hands to get some conversation going about my play after a couple of bad sessions, no one to really talk poker with irl so after a couple of terrible days seemed like it might be good for me
What format are you playing, and which site? And where have you been getting the majority of your strategy from?
re: Poker & $2 NLHE 6-max: Jamming a flush on turn
P: easy fold vs big 4x and flat for multi-way pot, we have position, but what is plan if blinds 3bet squeeze? Flatting these speculative hands are spewing money.
F: as played, obviously fine with monster combo, I would even make it bigger like 75-100% of pot, and we're stacking off vs anything.
T: its close but I just jam compared to 75% pot-sized bet: MP is a weak player (started hand with 55bb stack). He is calling all day long with whatever he hit on flop: big 4x raise preflop says he isn't folding. Your sizing is ok and as played obviously we're stacking off.
My advice is to study preflop hand selection for each action and each position: you're leaking money.
Your biggest mistakes is pre-flop. Bad pre-flop decisions lead to high variance low EV post flop situations. You shouldn't be in the hand vs two short stacks. If they were at least 100bbs, and you knew they were fishy, you could make an argument, but multi-way vs two half stacks isn't good poker.