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AA beat - Sat Nov 05, 2011, 11:05 AM
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Thought this guy was on a flush draw
 
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Sat Nov 05, 2011, 01:13 PM
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Originally Posted by m.bisland View Post
Thought this guy was on a flush draw
How does he get to the turn on a flush draw? You also have the which takes a lot of possible hands that would call a flop bet and make a flush draw on the turn out of his range. He can't have , , , , . He can have , or , but not many other likely flush draws here really. Honestly I think you have a fairly yucky fold to the turn check/raise. At this point you'r'e making a decision for the rest of your stack...with 25 BBs you still have some playability left. I just don't think he has enough bluffs in his range. And it's really hard for him to have AK since you have two aces.

I think a better play on the turn would be to check behind and then call a river bet or make a value bet yourself if he checks the river. And I still think you have to fold to a check/raise, and preserve your stack.

Last edited by oriholic; Sat Nov 05, 2011 at 01:35 PM..
 

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