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Old 07-15-2018, 06:25 AM   #26
F_Ivanovic
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Re: Opened ended straight flush draw, what to do?

Agree with borg's analysis... we should be raising flop the first time around so that we get rid of higher wraps w/o a FD, bare K high FD's (and potentially A high) aswell as 2 pairs with no backup/lower sets w no backup.

Having 2 jacks whilst also have Jh and Th is pretty significant since it drastically reduces the likelyhood we're up against a better FD and wrap (since it would have to be their other 2 cards exactly as hearts)
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Old 09-01-2018, 01:29 PM   #27
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Re: Opened ended straight flush draw, what to do?

You can put a non-tricky reg on QQxx here the majority of the time. Against QQxx you are basically a coin flip, and with all the dead money in there it’s a slam dunk call on flop with the plan to fold all board pairs and continue with everything else. Just comes down to equity and if you aren’t willing to do it then this should make you inspect your BR as you may be worried about losing too significant of a portion of it in one spot, even if that spot is favorable
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