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Good Fold on a Bad - Wed Dec 07, 2011, 08:43 AM
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Had a terrible day today on the micro cash tables.

Here is one I folded on the river. I don't think he would be betting over me with anything less than a flush.

A bet like that on the river usually means my two pair is beat. Am I right?

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Wed Dec 07, 2011, 08:48 AM
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Originally Posted by royalraise85 View Post
Had a terrible day today on the micro cash tables.

Here is one I folded on the river. I don't think he would be betting over me with anything less than a flush.

A bet like that on the river usually means my two pair is beat. Am I right?
Sure it's an universal read works on every human and ethereal being playing poker. No discuss there whatsoever.
 
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Wed Dec 07, 2011, 02:07 PM
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Yeah, your bottom two pair is always beat here. Guy check/raises the field on the river. Way too crazy to be a bluff. Some players might do a straight like that as well since they can get value from fish with sets and two pair though. But most likely it is a very big hand.
 
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Wed Dec 07, 2011, 04:39 PM
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it's either a straight, flush or set of 8's. You're behind all of them, so mucking is the best option.
 

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