Weekly Poker Hand #229

When you get of line, it is quite easy to get punished, as demonstrated in this episode of WeeklyPokerHand.


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2 Comments

  • Avatar Jesse says:

    Wouldn’t it be fair to think (if you’re bryan) you’re only losing here to some combination of A4? I find it hard to think given flush/straight draws on flop, if Donna had 55 or 99 (flopped set) she would check flop and give 2 players a free chance to draw, and then check the turn again after Bryan showed strength.

    I also doubt she would show up with 22 or 44. That would be a pretty loose flop call, and it’s possible she doesn’t even raise these hands given her poor preflop position.

    I guess 44 is a longshot possibility?

    Curoius to hear your thoughts.

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