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 07-25-2012, 01:29 PM #16 centurion   Join Date: Jul 2012 Posts: 164 Re: Interesting Live Spot ship the taters on the flop bro
07-25-2012, 01:48 PM   #17
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Re: Interesting Live Spot

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 Originally Posted by 1oh1 op doesnt say which clubs he has but his lowest possible club is 10. (also doesnt say if J on the board is a club) there are 7 clubs left in deck, 4 of them beat us and they must be combined with another. we know 9 cards. villian has 4 cards and each one of those has about a 10% chance of being a club higher than 10 = 40% chance villian is holding ONE club higher than 10. odds are much more in our favor if one of the jacks we know is the Jc that leaves 6 clubs / 42 cards = 14% x 3 cards = 42 percent chance one of the other 3 cards is a club. odds of having both = .40 x .42 = ~16% chance villian has a flush that beats ours. bet, raise, call, etc, just get the money in. odds are even better for us if one of the known jacks is the Jc
lol

07-26-2012, 08:57 AM   #18
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Re: Interesting Live Spot

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 Originally Posted by ajt8 lol
is my math wrong?

07-26-2012, 10:00 AM   #19
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Re: Interesting Live Spot

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 Originally Posted by 1oh1 is my math wrong?
unless he pots the flop and turn with 100% of his 100% button opening range it's completely irrelevant... (edit: actually it's just wrong too)

any solid players want to tell me what the best flop play is and how close it is? I'm a beginner at PLO.

right now I feel like c/c > lead > c/r. seems like you'd need to be a lot shallower to c/r this. 2k deep I think you get put in miserable spots on the turn/river too often. if you c/c your hand is gonna do fine against his cbetting range and also will be easy to play.

 07-27-2012, 07:49 AM #20 centurion   Join Date: May 2011 Posts: 107 Re: Interesting Live Spot Just like Tom Dwan playing wsop PLO event, "pot, pot, pot, pot". So check-raise pot, and just go pot happy on turn/river. Let him make the decisions.
07-29-2012, 06:04 AM   #21
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Re: Interesting Live Spot

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 Originally Posted by nuggetz87 what the best flop play is and how close it is?
Flatting/Raising are both fine. I'd probably vary my play based on how loose villian is. If he's a nit i'm just flatting to avoid awkward spots. With a Q instead of a J in our hand i'd raise regardless

07-29-2012, 06:37 PM   #22

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Re: Interesting Live Spot

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 Originally Posted by 1oh1 op doesnt say which clubs he has but his lowest possible club is 10. (also doesnt say if J on the board is a club) there are 7 clubs left in deck, 4 of them beat us and they must be combined with another. we know 9 cards. villian has 4 cards and each one of those has about a 10% chance of being a club higher than 10 = 40% chance villian is holding ONE club higher than 10. odds are much more in our favor if one of the jacks we know is the Jc that leaves 6 clubs / 42 cards = 14% x 3 cards = 42 percent chance one of the other 3 cards is a club. odds of having both = .40 x .42 = ~16% chance villian has a flush that beats ours. bet, raise, call, etc, just get the money in. odds are even better for us if one of the known jacks is the Jc
Sticky this shizz.

 07-29-2012, 07:49 PM #23 Carpal \'Tunnel     Join Date: Jul 2008 Location: post less play more Posts: 7,958 Re: Interesting Live Spot 3b pre (not a big deal) flop i would lead fold now ofc

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