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Old 03-21-2019, 12:54 PM   #26
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Re: 5/5 PLO - Sick Turn w/Top Set+NFD Multi-Way Action




This summed up the fold pretty well.
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Old 03-23-2019, 06:02 AM   #27
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Re: 5/5 PLO - Sick Turn w/Top Set+NFD Multi-Way Action

After reading op I was thinking, theres no way he folded this. Then after reading your first and second reply I was thinking, "oh no he totally folded this", then I read you say you did. HOW!??! Then again I'm a station and might call with just the set of 9's
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Old 04-05-2019, 04:47 AM   #28
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You are too spot on! It was super-late (2AM), had been playing for like 5+ hours and was running on straight caffeine remnants.
If your fatigue is affecting your play, then getting too tight is a lot better than getting too loose. I can't remember how many thousands upon thousands I've lost by staying at the table too long and stacking off with terrible decisions.

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Table has been playing super-aggro pre-flop, regardless of straddle or not almost every hand is getting raised PRE and sometimes even re-raised PRE as a squeeze/pot-builder because everyone is pretty deep (couple of players at +$2K).
Unless this is a table filled with sharks... aggro preflop usually means aggro postflop... so you should have realized that the odds of one of these guys having the straight is < 60% when you didn't get raised on the flop. Just imo.
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Old 04-11-2019, 03:50 AM   #29
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Re: 5/5 PLO - Sick Turn w/Top Set+NFD Multi-Way Action

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my reasoning at the time being that I only had put in 10% of my stack
Do NOT think like this. This is sunk cost fallacy. Just look at your situation and your pot odds laid, and equity, and so on.
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Old 04-15-2019, 02:49 AM   #30
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depending on how you are rolled for the game long term, if no issue there, raise the damn thing. Your hand can take ANY pressure, many of their's can't. Might get a wheel to fold, little club draw to fold, if trips or two pair hands with little diamond draws want in ... great. I can't stomach call then folding river with the hand.

Why do you want a wheel or club draw to fold?...we either hit a diamond or board pair and win or we miss and lose anyway. I want 3 people to have straights and 2 to have club draws, we put all the money in and run the river 1000 times please.
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Old 04-15-2019, 12:30 PM   #31
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So, if you call (which you should), the donk bettor's 50ish behind makes a call trivially easy given the size of the pot. What's the smallest amount behind he could have where you would feel comfortable folding a river that doesn't improve you if he shoves?
Kind of curious about this. Pot is 2130. What's the most amount of money behind on river that we auto call on Q river?
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