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Old 11-02-2004, 07:15 PM
Hotrod0823 Hotrod0823 is offline
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Default PLO - Newbie (strength required to get all in PF)

What are minimum requirements to reraise all in or good portion of your stack PF.

I raised Pot with AAQ5 2 suited from UTG+1 got 2 cold callers and a SS pushed.

I reraised allin expecting to get HU with the Short stack but the 2 cold calls both called all in. I had them both covered.

Got beat by a rivered 2 pair and actually had the 3rd best hand with my unimproved AA. Is a smarter play to just call the original allin and see what the flop brings.

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Hotrod
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Old 11-03-2004, 05:06 AM
emil3000 emil3000 is offline
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Default Re: PLO - Newbie (strength required to get all in PF)

No. Not that I'm an expert, but that seems like the perfect hand to get all in with preflop. Seems it would play terribly after the flop. Remove those implied odds.
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Old 11-03-2004, 07:30 AM
emil3000 emil3000 is offline
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Default Re: PLO - Newbie (strength required to get all in PF)

OK, I saw it was doublesuited. This gives it more maneuverability after the flop. Nonetheless, raise all in.
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