This is a discussion on $2 NLHE 6-max: Nut flush draw vs turn shove within the online poker forums, in the Cash Game Hand Analysis section; Villian Stats (VPIP/PFR/AF): 40/24/2
Villain was laggish and getting involved a lot vs BB who was a 71/7/3 whale.
Pacific Poker - $0.02 NL (6 max) -
Turn:(63.5 BB, 2 players) J♣
MP bets 110 BB and is all-in, fold
MP wins 60 BB
Called on flop due to implied odds situation, could have won a big pot if I hit the flush on the turn.
On turn despite having 15 outs, I folded, feeling the odds just weren't good enough. Even making the straight would have been no guarantee, so really just the flush outs worth counting and odds look even worse then. Would have snapped it off with AQ. Correct fold?
Hello, IMO I think that you played this hand correctly. I play a little bigger 3bet pre flop at least 3,5x-4x, because we are deep, it is nl2 and opponent is a little bigger stack than our. If opponent is bigger stack than your, it is worth to play bigger 3bet pre flop. As played - you should remember that in this situation player after you have a decision. We don't know what he will do. He can play check/raise on the flop after you and we can lose money. This time you saw the turn card, but we can't forget about big blind player. The turn card - I play fold, because his bet is too big. GL