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How Should I Play This Draw? - 2NL Cash Game Hand - Tue Jul 22, 2014, 04:42 AM
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Since: Jun 2014
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how to play draw in the following situations?
http://www.boomplayer.com/en/poker-h...032_3D4245A8E5
I. i raise on the flop, and someone got K high flush reraise me.
a) I call, what should i do if he makes a big bet on the turn?
b) I reraise, and want to continue my story on the turn, how much should i bet? And if he call my turn bet, what should i do on the river if i miss the draw?

II. i raise on the flop, and my opponent got K high flush just call.
how much should i bet on the turn and river?


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Tue Jul 22, 2014, 06:13 AM
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You have a massive amount of outs and because it's a limped pot, you could expect villains to be quite weak.

This is a spot I would probably donkbet to build a pot as this is multiway and people may be very cautious about betting into 2 people. you don't want this to go checkcheckcheck.

So donkbet and call a raise. Check-call turn and re-evaluate river.
 
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Wed Jul 23, 2014, 06:22 AM
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You have a straight draw, a nut flush draw and an over card. With two people limping, I would def. donk bet de flop. Probably bet the turn and def. the river. If you would get re-raised on any of the streets, I would call and check-call the next streets (but c/r or shove the river).
 

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