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Old 09-22-2017, 12:57 PM   #1
N_Andreas94
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Club Flopped a flush, now what?

Link to the hand: https://play.globalpoker.com/poker-c...70cd32abe68efb

I'm playing $0.1-$0.2 on Global Poker, 6 players at table. I have about $30 (154BB) and the Villain here has about $20 (110BB). I don't have any meaningful reads on any of my opponents since I have only just arrived at the table. I'm in the big blind with T Q . UTG folds and Villain min-raises from UTG+1 to $0.4, cutoff 3-bets to $0.7, button folds, SB calls, I call and so does the Villain. My first question is whether I should be calling a 3-bet with QT suited at all. It's a pretty small 3-bet still I wonder if this isn't a bad call on my part.

We go 3-ways to the flop and it's 4 K 6 , giving me a flush. The Villain makes a pot-sized bet of $2.8, cutoff and SB fold, I re-raise to $5.6 and after thinking for a while the Villain folds.

Should I be re-raising in this spot, or flat-calling to try to extract more value? My concern with just calling is that the Villain could quite easily have the ace of clubs. I think AK-AJ with the ace of clubs makes a lot of sense for them to raise with here, and I don't see them raising without any clubs. If they do have the ace of clubs then there are only 7 clubs left in the deck, giving them around 28% chance of a nut flush according to the rule of 4 and 2. Are these low enough odds to justify slow-playing the hand, especially since some of the time he won't even have the ace of clubs here? And when I re-raise him to $5.6, am I giving him pot-odds to continue if he does indeed hold the ace?

I'm sitting down now to try to answer some of these questions myself but I would love some input from you guys too, it's an interesting spot and I think it's pretty instructive. I'm not sure if I played this right or not. Thanks again for your comments.
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Old 09-22-2017, 01:01 PM   #2
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Re: Flopped a flush, now what?

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. I don't have any meaningful reads on any of my opponents since I have only just arrived at the table.
I'd fold preflop because of this.

Also, this is the minibet forum.
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Old 09-22-2017, 01:05 PM   #3
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Re: Flopped a flush, now what?

Looks like OP is on the wrong forum. Looks like a NL hand in a LHE forum.


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Old 09-22-2017, 01:13 PM   #4
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Re: Flopped a flush, now what?

oops this is the wrong forum, thanks for pointing out
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