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    All Danger FLOP Posted Here :









    Last edited by 4liv; Sat Jul 23, 2011, 10:39 AM.

  • #2
    How to Play with that FLOPS

    How to play with Danger Flops?
    if you have Draw or hit the flop..
    Check?
    Raise?

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    • #3
      first what are u holding???

      second how many people raise/bet or limp???

      what is your position???

      how is the table??? loose tight a lot of PSO morons ???

      they are tough flops that's but i am a beginner and even i can think of numerous actions when this is flopped!!

      every sitiation an other decission'

      greets

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      • #4
        hahah..
        true, so i have to think the probabilities depends situation and type or table style.

        how u play when u hit 3 pair or higher flush there?

        tight, check or raise, bet?

        all in?


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        • #5
          3 PAIR ????


          sometimes i laugh so hard tears run down my leg

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          • #6
            yeah.. im confused.. how to play.

            look this history...

            call all in with highest flush on flop

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            • #7
              Wow, that is an incredibly f-ed up hand(the one on your blog). You played the hand exactly as anyone else would have. I mean who wouldn't have called an all-in when you flopped the nut flush?
              The thing is you had extremely bad luck on this hand, don't let it bother you, bad beats happen.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by 4liv View Post
                hahah.. true, so i have to think the probabilities depends situation and type or table style. how u play when u hit 3 pair or higher flush there? tight, check or raise, bet? all in?
                3 pair i would check for security and try to rip off the casino lol!! oh no the watch all the time i probably ask for a redeal because i have 6 cards. the again my position on the table will make the decission!! when i have a card like ur flush i probably would do the same, it's bad luck and happend to me lots of times ask around here!! lol when i hit a set in early possition i have to consider the preflop action and what maybe will apear behind me. when i am in late position i have to consider what happend preflop and after the flop till its my turn, then u have to account is it a set( u make 3 from ur pair) or trips on a paired flop. again i am no genius but it's just to vague what to do in a certain situation or with a certain flop! just keep posting hands where u have questions about. for example in the PSO it's almost inpossible to make good descissions for te first 2 hours because there are about 8000 peeps out there who treat 23 like AA. i also found out that there are a lot of players who overvalue any suited combination or paired hand and tend to stay to the river and suck out, costing u a lot. so post more specific and remember the tips u get in returnumbup:umbup:umbup:

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                • #9
                  thanks IoneL and WOPKE.. my botheration was gone now .. I have been aware of it and will try to get up and tough mileypoker:

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                  • #10
                    Most of this thread makes me think I haven't had enough today. inking: moke:

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