First of all, a royal flush on the flop will cause a smile on my face) I think that having got such a strong combination, you do not need to play a slow game and you need to try to collect the maximum possible pot neatly, most likely I will call other people's betas and raises, hoping that the opponents have Straight or flash
Now that's a tough one ... I would probably throw out a small c-bet out to represent that in speculating what everyone else has; presuming that it is a multi-way pot at this point. If there are a couple of callers, then I would just build the pot slowly with 1/3 pot size bets with the hopes that my opponents makes hands of some sort.
Come the river, with multiple players, I'm jamming it all in!
Idid check it all the way down up to the river. shove regardless on the river. Then show and collect the poker room deal. If everyone folds on the river u can still show and collect. U are gonna want the hand to play out so just be patient and let your opponents feel good.
Omg, it's a dream hand
I would try to play without much aggressiveness trying to get my opponents looking for some kind of project. There is no hurry to make them withdraw, I want you to commit to that well.
It is amazing but I havent it for all my years in poker.The highest combination I have is straight flush from the flop on ps.The best way to play such hand is to give your opponent a chanse for pushing and then punish him)It is unbelievable)
re: Poker & Can You Imagine Hitting a Royal Flush on the Flop? What Will You Do?
In all my games I have never collected a royal flush. And to imagine that I collect a royal flush on the flop can't. In this situation i will smile from ear to ear!!!
I think after the flop for a start do check. On the turn - I'll put a bet to collect more chips. On the flop make the minimum raise. Well, if someone raises I don't mind in this situation, make the call.
Hope that I have to deal with a crazy opponent! If I'm in position I would check back the flop and try to get action in the turn. But seriously sometimes holding the absolute nuts is not a blessing because is hard to get paid well :P
The local casino I play at offers Royal Flush Bonuses. Spades pays out the highest with the other 3 differing in amounts as well. I'm not sure if I would try to squeeze more money out of the other players *cash games* or just check and call everything and be happy with the bonus.
totally depends on your reads on your opponents & your own current image at the table. Having said that, most uber premium hands don't get paid so all you can do is bet out a standard C_bet & hope somebody catches something.
I wouldn't slow play it as many others have suggested they would. If someone has a reasonable hand (2 pair, trips, flush), they are going to call a bet and I want to build a decent pot rather than worry I am going to scare everyone away. Building a pot also gives some loose players reason to think about bluffing which they might not if there is little in the pot to fight for. I wouldn't go crazy but I would definitely look to build a pot early.
I think that would depend on my opponents and how many people were in the pot. Where am I in action? I would most likely check no matter what, unless I'm last to act. Then I may put out a small feeler bet. You have to build the pot up somehow.
If I limped into the pot, I would probably check-call the first two streets in hopes that the competition will catch a hand. If I raised pre-flop, I would make a weak c-bet in hopes to get raised, and just call his bet. Then check-call the turn (assuming he fires a second barrel) and bet big on the river depending on it's suit, try to make it look like have a broken flush draw and I'm just trying to steal the pot. I may probably have given more detail than required to answer this question. lol. Another interesting thing to ask is would you show the hand if the player folds? I myself, probably would not if it's a live game against expert players. Would not want them to pick up on my 'monster holding' tells.