Joe Tall wrote:Not a good flop to lead with so many opponents, easy fold when it\'s back on you.
Converter messed up. 3-ways to the flop. I\'d fold preflop.
I agree. In a 2:3 blind structure game i would complete but in the 1:2 blind structure this is a fold in the loose .50/1 game.
On the flop I check and determine my actions from that point forward. As played this is a very easy fold. Even if we think of it from a straight pot-odds perspective your not getting the right price to play.<br><br>Post edited by: *TT*, at: 2007/07/09 18:24
Bleah, I think this is a fold. We are getting like 4.5 - 1 which is about what we need to make our hand, but if we are not already drawing dead, I think saying we have 8 clean outs is a bit generous. Even if we catch on the turn we still likely have to dodge a heart on the river. If no one has a heart, it\'s a call, but I think someone will have one here quite often.
Button has been raising almost every time around. Total maniac on my left who\'s been raising and capping when he has two cards (and once or twice I think with only one).
I doubt very much whether either of them has the flush, and the way they play, probably not a heart.
Should I call even with the correct odds?
Full Tilt Poker $0.50/$1 Limit Hold\'em - 6 players
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Preflop: Hero is SB with 7, 6
UTG folds, MP folds, CO folds, Button calls, Hero calls, BB checks.
Flop: (3.00 SB) 5, 4, K (7 players)
Hero bets, BB raises, Button raises, Hero ?