Joined: Feb '08
Location: United Kingdom
Age: 34 (M)
Can you give us the hand history of the hand you folded quads? I think it's a very rare situation where you can fold quads. In most cases I think it would be impossible to put your opponent on better and you could be giving your opponent too much credit.
If you can put your opponent on a pocket pair then surely he would have raised preflop, in which case why are you seeing a flop with pocket 3s. If there is a full house on the board, A you can't put your opponent on having the one hand that can beat you and B you should have been all in sooner. If your opponent has hit a straight flush then thats very bad luck but I can't see a way of coming to this situation in a way that you wouldn't have moved all in.
Joined: Jun '09
Location: Bosnia and Herzegovina
Age: 38 (M)
Posted by leroi21: i want to know some thing have you ever fold a quads because you was thinking about losing? i already fold quads of 3 but even if i was losing it was hard to fold it
damn....why would you fold quads...hell no...I did lost 2 or 3 times against straight flushes and royal flushes....but the odds almost 99% that you win in all cases....and would call and raise all the time....
Joined: Feb '10
Age: 39 (M)
i fold if there is more than one allin and some of those is playing thight and none there is a complete donk but if i am not riskyn so much then i can call to any allin, for example against shortstacks i would never fold quads preflop
Joined: Apr '08
Age: 43 (M)
Posted by awood88: Can you give us the hand history of the hand you folded quads? I think it's a very rare situation where you can fold quads. In most cases I think it would be impossible to put your opponent on better and you could be giving your opponent too much credit.
Indeed. But I voted yes just because this HAS GOT TO BE the dumbest poll ever. Really, who folds quads?