some feedback please

belladonna05

belladonna05

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I was bored and wanted to play some low limit ring games at fulltilt, since I seem to not do worth a chit there in any thing else. I don't have much experience with omaha ring games, just tourney play, the hold em tables dont have lower buyins for some reason.. so any input for my next" I'm bored lets play omaha" please....:)

ull Tilt poker game #5608719236: Table Carnegie - $0.05/$0.10 - Pot Limit Omaha Hi - 18:03:24 ET - 2008/03/12
Seat 1: Aqwertz ($15.20)
Seat 2: Sevdan ($3.05)
Seat 3: belladonna05 ($4)
Seat 4: Eppu7 ($2)
Seat 5: JamesMH ($3.05)
Seat 6: Sicklucker ($10.65)
Seat 7: DiaperNoise ($9)
Seat 8: TinMan491 ($5.35)
Seat 9: wheellee ($3.60)
JamesMH posts the small blind of $0.05
Sicklucker posts the big blind of $0.10
5 seconds left to act
belladonna05 posts $0.10
The button is in seat #4
*** HOLE CARDS ***
Dealt to belladonna05 [6s Jc 4h Ac]
DiaperNoise folds
TinMan491 folds
wheellee has 15 seconds left to act
wheellee raises to $0.30
Aqwertz folds
Sevdan folds
belladonna05 calls $0.20
Eppu7 calls $0.30
JamesMH calls $0.25
Sicklucker calls $0.20
*** FLOP *** [6d 5c 8c]
JamesMH checks
Sicklucker checks
wheellee has 15 seconds left to act
wheellee bets $0.60
belladonna05 calls $0.60
Eppu7 folds
JamesMH raises to $2.75, and is all in
Sicklucker folds
wheellee has 15 seconds left to act
wheellee folds
belladonna05 calls $2.15
JamesMH shows [9s 9h 7d As]
belladonna05 shows [6s Jc 4h Ac]
*** TURN *** [6d 5c 8c] [2h]
*** RIVER *** [6d 5c 8c 2h] [7c]
JamesMH shows a straight, Nine high
belladonna05 shows a flush, Ace high
belladonna05 wins the pot ($6.85) with a flush, Ace high

Seat 1: Aqwertz ($14.40)
Seat 2: Sevdan ($3.95)
Seat 3: belladonna05 ($9.40)
Seat 4: Eppu7 ($3.80)
Seat 5: AAATonyKK ($9.80)
Seat 6: Brizzle00 ($3.90)
Seat 7: DiaperNoise ($9.05), is sitting out
Seat 8: JH83 ($9.65)
Seat 9: Cruizin808 ($3.35)
Aqwertz posts the small blind of $0.05
Sevdan posts the big blind of $0.10
The button is in seat #9
*** HOLE CARDS ***
Dealt to belladonna05 [Tc Ks Td Jc]
belladonna05 raises to $0.35
Eppu7 folds
AAATonyKK has 15 seconds left to act
JH83 has been disconnected
AAATonyKK folds
Brizzle00 calls $0.35
JH83 has reconnected
JH83 has 15 seconds left to act
JH83 folds
Cruizin808 folds
Aqwertz folds
Sevdan calls $0.25
*** FLOP *** [9h 6s Jh]
Sevdan checks
belladonna05 bets $0.55
Brizzle00 has 15 seconds left to act
Brizzle00 folds
Sevdan has 15 seconds left to act
Sevdan folds
Uncalled bet of $0.55 returned to belladonna05
belladonna05 mucks
belladonna05 wins the pot ($1)

eat 1: MrNice1989 ($2.85)
Seat 2: jizim341 ($2)
Seat 3: belladonna05 ($10.60)
Seat 4: wheellee ($2.45)
Seat 5: AAATonyKK ($11.85)
Seat 6: Brizzle00 ($4.70)
Seat 8: Colt Seavers ($4.85)
Seat 9: Cruizin808 ($0.85)
Colt Seavers posts the small blind of $0.05
Cruizin808 posts the big blind of $0.10
The button is in seat #7
*** HOLE CARDS ***
Dealt to belladonna05 [3c Ac Js 3d]
GreeseMunkey sits down
MrNice1989 calls $0.10
GreeseMunkey adds $10
jizim341 calls $0.10
belladonna05 calls $0.10
GreeseMunkey is feeling angry
wheellee calls $0.10
AAATonyKK raises to $0.75
Brizzle00 folds
Colt Seavers folds
Cruizin808 folds
MrNice1989 has 15 seconds left to act
MrNice1989 folds
jizim341 folds
belladonna05 calls $0.65
wheellee folds
*** FLOP *** [Kc 3h Th]
belladonna05 bets $1.95
AAATonyKK raises to $7.80
belladonna05 raises to $9.85, and is all in
AAATonyKK calls $2.05
belladonna05 shows [3c Ac Js 3d]
AAATonyKK shows [8c Jc Td Tc]
*** TURN *** [Kc 3h Th] [Qd]
*** RIVER *** [Kc 3h Th Qd] [Jh]
belladonna05 shows a straight, Ace high
AAATonyKK shows three of a kind, Tens
belladonna05 wins the pot ($19.65) with a straight, Ace
 
robwhufc

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Easiest game in the world when you hit on the river, isn't it?

First hand, fold preflop. All there is is a flush draw, too uncordinated to play in Omaha.

Second hand, no point raising. It's a nice drawing hand, you want as many in the pot with you. Fine post flop.

Third hand, maybe you were dragged into it by the flop, but it would have been safer to fold to the pre-flop raise. Again you've not really got a hand which is likely to hit the nuts. 5 outer, i'm usually on the other side of those.
 
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I cant add much to robs analysis but i will say, it is pointless raising pre flop in low stakes omaha. With hands like k,j,t,t, limp in to build a multi way pot, this way you have huge implied odds based on players stacking off light at this level. Just be wary of your pre flop raises and be more inclined to limp to make a multi way pot and get paid off with the nuts
 
belladonna05

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Easiest game in the world when you hit on the river, isn't it?

First hand, fold preflop. All there is is a flush draw, too uncordinated to play in Omaha.

Second hand, no point raising. It's a nice drawing hand, you want as many in the pot with you. Fine post flop.

Third hand, maybe you were dragged into it by the flop, but it would have been safer to fold to the pre-flop raise. Again you've not really got a hand which is likely to hit the nuts. 5 outer, i'm usually on the other side of those.
thanks, hopefully I'll think about this next time I decide to try it, honestly I never thought about the uncordinated you stated. Maybe I need to actully read a book. I had just took that guy for about 10 on another table and knew he was tilting against me, didn't put him on a better hand, my mistake, I honestly thought I had the best hand on the flop, so again I really need to read a book.:) I'm really not comfortable rasing preflop unless I have aakk in this game, don't know when that will end. Thanks again both of you.
 
jaketrevvor

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statistically you or one of your opponents will have the nuts on the flop 102% of the time in plo and this will be the losing hand on the river 101% of the time. Exploiting that 1% as much as possible is what makes good plo players great.



edit: almost forgot new real time sig - "GET YOUR CHIPS!!!"
 
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Couple quick general thoughts about PLO.

Play hands that work well together, and that will also be dominating if they hit. 4 broadway cards, suited aces with another broadway or 2 etc.

Practice calculating pot odds in your head, and figuring your clean outs. It's so very much harder in PLO than holdem because of the shear number of outs you might have.

If you have trouble handling bad beats and suckouts in holdem, don't even think about playing PLO.
 
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