$25NL; KK with flush on turn

NineLions

NineLions

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So later after the short stack hand, I had AA, reraised preflop, took the pot on the flop without showing from Got_Steam.

Then I get KK and he's in with me again.


pokerstars GAME #10243650015: HOLD'EM NO LIMIT ($0.10/$0.25) - 2007/06/03 - 02:00:19 (ET)
Table 'Maritima' 9-max Seat #8 is the button
Seat 1: cynap ($15.35 in chips)
Seat 2: playinjunk ($17.40 in chips)
Seat 3: Ninelions ($45.85 in chips)
Seat 4: Dak-Pak ($29.05 in chips)
Seat 6: NYYanks96 ($38.20 in chips)
Seat 7: Feanor3293 ($20.10 in chips)
Seat 8: Got_Steam? ($28.65 in chips)
Seat 9: Yngwie S ($25.75 in chips)
Yngwie S: posts small blind $0.10
cynap: posts big blind $0.25
GroverGurl03: sits out
*** HOLE CARDS ***
Dealt to Ninelions [Ks Kh]
playinjunk: folds
Ninelions: raises $0.75 to $1
Dak-Pak: folds
NYYanks96: folds
Feanor3293: folds
Got_Steam?: calls $1
Yngwie S: folds
cynap: folds
*** FLOP *** [7s 7d Qs]
Ninelions: bets $1.25
Got_Steam?: calls $1.25
*** TURN *** [7s 7d Qs] 4♠
Ninelions: bets $2.25
Got_Steam?: raises $4.75 to $7
Ninelions said, "hmmm"
 
Emperor IX

Emperor IX

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I'd say it's more likely he has a queen, he stayed in the PF with it, and using your previous example he doesn't have a 7. While the flush is a possibility, he could've been setting up the raise with his cold call. How long did he take to call the bet on the flop?
 
NineLions

NineLions

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A Q is possible, I guess. I think because of the flush out there that was all I was thinking.

He has seen me c-bet, and he could have just been thinking I was firing a second bullet, which I do about half the time. But on a flush board I would think a reraise when the flush hits is a little risky, no? Although the chances that I have it are small as well, earlier at the same table I stacked a smaller stack by calling a pf raise with KQs and flopping the flush, which I think he saw.


This is one of those instances where I wish I had shown the AA that I beat him with earlier, just to limit the doubt in his mind that he got bluffed out by me.

If he's got the flush with the A, I'm dead. If he's got a lower flush, I've got 7 flush outs to beat him. If he's got AQo with the As I'm ahead but a spade kills me. If he's got a 7, which I think is unlikely because I haven't noted him yet as a bad player, I'm dead.

If he's pushing back with nothing because I took him on the flop a couple orbits earlier, or if he has the Q I'm well ahead.


And, I'm just realizing maybe JJ/TT/99/88 makes this play too which I didn't consider before either. Maybe those, as well as AsQx, or even QxJs are the most likely hands.
 
alexanderwoo1

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I would put him on a spade draw probably has the A of spades and force you out of the pot.
 
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