Weekly Poker Hand, Episode 103

In this episode, my tight opponent takes an odd line on the river, leading into me when I improve to a full house.

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2 Comments

  • mcgavel1 says:

    Great points, thanks! Especially about playing well postflop, determining how you can best get the money in, and thinking ahead about the cards you’re worried about. Thanks again – gl – never give up!

  • Viktor says:

    I think making it 1900 on the flop is the “best of both Worlds”

    Jx/ flush draw is quite non elastic to raise size. We are blocking 9s, so we targeting Tx Qx, Jx/ FD. I would assume that many Tx have a gutter/ OESD to go with it and do not expect Qx to fold to single raise.

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