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omaha and pot odds - Tue Dec 24, 2002, 04:05 AM
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ok did i make a mistake? I thought i might have pot odds and have to call. I had about 8K be4 this started (5K starting chips)

>>>DEALING HOLE CARDS<<<
aha12877 dealt down Ks Tc Ah Kh
player A posts the small blind $200
player B posts the big blind $400
player Ccalls $400
aha12877 raises $400 to $800
Player A calls $600
player B folds
player C folds
>>>DEALING FLOP<<< [ 5c Js Jd ]
player A bets $400
aha12877 calls $400
>>>DEALING TURN<<< [ Jc ]
Player A bets $2,500 and is all-in
depraved: up to 10K again-i caught A-K of that spade suit and got three callers
aha12877 called time
aha12877 called time
aha12877: obviously i don't have the case J
depraved: lol
aha12877 called time
aha12877: but i do hacve a very high PP
aha12877 called time
lonestar: COME ON
lonestar: FOLD IT
aha12877: it's amatter of if u have it or not
aha12877 calls $2,500
player A shows cards 7c 9c 3s 9s
aha12877 shows cards Ks Kh Tc Ah
>>>DEALING RIVER<<< [ 6h ]
aha12877 wins $8,200
aha12877 won with a full house, jacks full of kings
 
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Tue Dec 24, 2002, 06:18 AM
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Maybe it's more a question of whether playerA would re-raise you preflop with Aces. Given his stack he should, to try and get it headsup. So on the turn your only worry is the case J, in which case he ought to check with the mortal nuts and entice you further in.

Also, with a J he would surely blast away at that flop? The betting suggests you were leading all the way.
 

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