LP international Poland    Contact            Users: 271 Active, 6 Logged in - Time: 20:38

Show hand : 971053

New to LiquidPoker? Register here for free!
Back Submit a hand   

Handnr: 971053
Submitted by : dryath

PokerStars Hand #79565673259: Omaha Pot Limit ($1/$2 USD) - 2012/04/28 19:38:02 AEST [2012/04/28 5:38:02 ET]
Table Megrez II 6-max Seat #2 is the button
Seat 1: Hero ($265.95 in chips)
Seat 2: golerogrande ($223.81 in chips)
Seat 3: B_Lindberg ($443.91 in chips)
Seat 4: Genser999 ($202.78 in chips)
Seat 5: maksimus1105 ($200 in chips)
Seat 6: ennzo75 ($52.70 in chips)
B_Lindberg: posts small blind $1
Genser999: posts big blind $2

Dealt to Hero ThAc9cQc
maksimus1105: folds
ennzo75: folds
maksimus1105 leaves the table
Hero: raises $4 to $6
golerogrande: folds
B_Lindberg: raises $14 to $20
Genser999: folds
Hero: calls $14

Flop (Pot : $42.00)

B_Lindberg: bets $22.46
matteazzi joins the table at seat #5
Hero: calls $22.46

Turn (Pot : $86.92)

B_Lindberg: bets $78
Hero: flat or shove?

Also want to share your poker hands? Register an account for free


Forum Index > pokerhands
TalentedTom    Canada. Apr 28 2012 11:34. Posts 20070

well you have 20 outs against aces, 23 vs kings, and if he dosnt have those hands and is semi-bluffing a similar hand (or a weaker hand like 5678 etc (which is semi-consistant with tiny flop bet)..) hes fked, I think jamming here is more optimal - primarly because if the river is 9, or Q and he was to still jam the river, I have no idea whats happening in the hand - our equity vs his range on the turn I think will be greater then 55% here (since we are 48-52% vs AAxx/KKxx)

Facebook Twitter
Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure. It is our light not our darkness that most frightens us and as we let our own lights shine we unconsciously give other people permision to do the same 


All hands submitted by dryath:

Copyright © 2020. All Rights Reserved
Contact Advertise Sitemap