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Figuring out what a player has in there hand.

By: mecke28 @ 19:35 (EDT) / 3 / Comment ( 0 )
I was playing in the first PSO tournament at 10:00 A.M. and I was knocked out very quickly by a four of a kind when I had a full house. I have been thinking about this hand all day as to was there any indication that the player had four of a kind? You see the player really didn't bet much, but now that I think about it when you always see 3 of one card out on the table that that the 4th and final of that same card could be in someone hands. Also, in Omaha when you see 2 of one card you have to be wary that someone has a possible full house or at least 3 of a kind, and yes you can go by how someone is betting, but watch how this player has played in past hands, especially if you have been at the same table for awhile.
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