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Old 12-29-2005, 03:27 PM
emil3000 emil3000 is offline
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Default Re: Difficult Turn Decision

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Your flop play is super ugly.

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I sure don't mind the criticsm...care to elaborate?

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That flop is insanely draw heavy, you dont want to be underbetting the flop, and after he raised you, you want to throw in a real potsized re-raise (225-250). I would check the turn.

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Yah, this is correct. Turn play is complicated because of weird flop play which firmly defines you hand as a strong made hand, but fails to idenify your opponents hand and gives him odds to draw. And there's a lot of money left to bet.

I don't really get myself in these situation, but I think the turn is a check as you played it.
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