That flop and the opponent bet sizing was a perfect combo for me... lol
When I saw him bet the pot I thought he must have aces I just called instantly hoping the guy behind would call also but obviously that didn't happen. Still weird play by him considering it's 3 handed and it's easy to have a king there. But it's not easy to call that pot size bet if you have just a king though.
Joined: Mar '11
Location: United Kingdom
Age: 50 (M)
Its always nice when you flop the absolute nuts and your eyes must have lit up when your opponent bet into you. I also thought that it was very strange for him to continue betting especially after you call the flop
Joined: Mar '10
Age: 31 (M)
Sick hand TheMachineQC you had that guy drawing dead right away that is the dream to have the nuts and basically get all your opponents money you got max value from your hand congrats and hope to hear more about good hands in the future
Joined: Feb '11
Location: United Kingdom
Age: 55 (M)
TheMachine...... a lovely hand and helped out by a crazy guy still betting with his AA when there is clearly a number of potentially better hands on the table...especially when you consider the bets that you made especially post flop, but of course not forgetting your pre flop aggression, which he obviously didn't consider due to AA blindness!
I guess its easier to blame PS and its random number generator than to deal with the fact that things like this are happening all the time except when it benefits us we usually not making a fuzz about it.
Joined: Mar '14
Age: 45 (M)
It is good to know that there are still so many not-so-good players in pot limit Omaha. I assume it will probably be at least a few years before most of the unprofitable players go somewhere else. Best of luck to you.
Edited by Tony_MON7ANA (01 December 2016 @ 11:51 GMT)
Posted by Tony_MON7ANA: It is good to know that there are still so many not-so-good players in pot limit Omaha. I assume it will probably be at least a few years before most of the unprofitable players go somewhere else. Best of luck to you.
Thing with PLO is sometimes when you're running bad or can't find a good spot at some point you're bound to make a mistake because most regs play very agressive. They'll make a 3/4 to pot size bet c-bet with no pair no draw heads up lol. But PLO just like most cash games is all about pot size control... I try to stay away from top/bottom pair and bottom 2 pair with no draws to back it up unless I'm heads up with someone who 3bet you pre then you know he most likely has an overpair
But small pots are important too, you can't just let people steal the pot every hand ^^