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July PSO League (Cooler or Donk off?)

 
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Sun Jul 03, 2011, 04:13 AM
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Sun Jul 03, 2011, 11:01 AM
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that's a tough board for pkt 10's. Diamond flush draw, plus a number of straight draws.

the turn card would have scared me bigtime too, because it completes the straights, then the river completes the flush.

I like the flop bet, but when your opponent calls it, they basically have to be on either the straight or flush draw. When they make an almost pot-sized bet on the turn with 4 to a straight on the board, instead of raising, that's where I'd have considered getting off the hand. I do agree with you that at that point, it's either a push or fold and if you push, you do have one draw at 10 outs (20% for you to win if they have the straight).
Honestly, I wouldn't have put them on an 8 either (only way would be 88).... BUT... KQ diamonds is definitely in their range and that's what I would have put them on.
 
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Sun Jul 03, 2011, 11:17 AM
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it seems queen jack is a very popular hand in the new pso gl all F.M.
 

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