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NL 20, Flopped flush, paired board on turn vs 3 bet shove

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  • NL 20, Flopped flush, paired board on turn vs 3 bet shove

    OK, want to check that this seems an easy fold on turn. Villain 6 is a passive fish who never raises pre and seems to raise post not often, ie when he has it. Villain 1 is unknown - 5 hands no aggression so far. Surely one of them has a boat?

  • #2
    Hi Prof,

    Yes, I would lay it down here as well. It does seem unlikely that BOTH of them have worse hands in this spot, and I wouldn't be surprised if we were in 3rd place. Plus, when we are ahead, someone rates to have outs (like AxQh) but when we're behind we are drawing dead. Good fold imo.
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    • #3
      Of course villain 6 had a baby flush and villain 1 had AQ (no heart).
      I was amazed that I was actually ahead, little bit tilted for a few minutes, glad you also think it was a fold.
      Last edited by Profess Awe; Mon May 27, 2013, 01:26 AM.



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