This is a discussion on $200 NLHE Full Ring: $ : Nut flush, board pairs on turn facing all in within the online poker forums, in the Cash Game Hand Analysis section; Opponent is sorta loosey-goosey, has donated a few times with hands like TP bad kicker, idiot ends of str8s. Doesn't seem to read boards all
$200 NLHE Full Ring: $ : Nut flush, board pairs on turn facing all in
Opponent is sorta loosey-goosey, has donated a few times with hands like TP bad kicker, idiot ends of str8s. Doesn't seem to read boards all that well. Won a huge pot just a while ago so his ego and his stack are up. 650BB+
Villain opens to 7 from UTG+2
Action folds to hero on bttn with Ac 6c, calls 7
Flop Kc 9c 4c
Hero bets 10
Hero bets 20
Villain Raises to 100
I call here
river 2 h
Villain bets 125
Hero raises to 300
Villain jams for remaining stack
Looks like a pretty easy call, but idk he plays so weird.
I call, but what does he have here usually?
If' it's true he's bad at reading boards and based on his action he's got something like AK, KQ, KJ, K10. If he's an aggressive maniac yeah sometimes he shows up with a full house (kings full of whatever crap kicker he had on the board there) or a loose pocket pair like 44 that filled up.
If he's somewhat competent than he shows up with 99 but based on your description you either have his trip Kings crushed, or he bingoed a boat with a very wide range.
The only other thing that changes this I think is his flop check which makes me thing he had at one club in his hand like the Qc or Jc with his King.
Patience and discipline are two skills you must master to succeed at poker long term.
Yeah I agree pretty strongly with the analysis on this thread so far - with the read that the player doesn't necessarily understand where he's at based on board texture and action, we can't really fold a hand this strong. Trips could be overplayed, worse flushes could be slowplayed first, then overplayed second... I'm not saying we never lose, but I'm not getting away.
I think you could definitely consider 3betting the turn given we know he plays so weird and I doubt he's raise/folding much if anything here. With so much money behind I think I'd be putting in a small raise to more easily get money in on river. NH overall though.
re: Poker & $200 NLHE Full Ring: $ : Nut flush, board pairs on turn facing all in
You could certainly jam the turn, as it looks like a Kx or worse flush (he probably would have re-raised on the flop if he had K9).
VERY risky for hero to re-raise on the river. More often than not, you're only getting called by better hands (or put in the awkward situation that played out). If the board wasn't paired, it would be different.
Also, be sure to post hero's stack size, as this is something to consider especially in a hand like this