- Jun 5, 2019
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How often do situations occur when you got a full house and were able to fold ? Strong combinations are hard to reset relying only on the reading of the opponent.
When the full house comes from a set (say I'm holding 22 and the flop comes 882) I'm probably not laying it down. That said, if an 8 comes up on the turn, suddenly your boat is counterfeit and at risk of losing to any other pocket pair. If you don't fold in this case... be prepared to get stacked. This happened to me a few days ago
Micro tournaments allow you to go all the way in difficult situations because their bad kick won't upset you too much. But imagine that you managed to throw out a full house and the opponent showed his nuts. You will feel like a master hand reader. This feeling is much more important than winning.:icon_rr:It's depending on the board and my hand. I play micro tourneys, so the only way to fold any time in the tourney on river, if I have a pair, example 99 and the board is JJ9KK. very rarely happens. Sometimes, in the bubble of the FT, I can for boards like 9JAKK, if the opponent re-re-raised.
Never, because the chances that the opponent has a better hand are very small.But in 6+ holdem easy fold.)))
Many people do not fold without even having a pair, I often encounter people who shove chips on the table without strengthening their hand (AK) on the flop. On the one hand this is good for me but there are times when they get a pair on the river and it's unpleasant)I have folded many times with a fullhose which by the way is no easy task. Which ever player has the weaker card would normally fold but some are stubborn . Plus you have to count the bluffing going on so if you are not sure just fold Capo1014