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  15-Feb-09, 13:53   #1
How Do you Play this hand? +1   
Mago666 

Joined: Sep '07
Location: Colombia
Age: 32 (M)
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Well now im here whit a hand of omaha NL25(0.10/0.25$) there is the hand:

post:Is on spanish if you had problem for red it just tell me and i will translate it Blink

PokerStars Mano n.º 22221167405: Omaha Pot Limit ($0.10/$0.25) - 20-11-2008 21:45:21 ET
Mesa 'Iris II' 6-max Asiento n.º 3 es el botón
Asiento 1: buffalo50 ($30.05 en fichas)
Asiento 2: DonMago666 ($8.85 en fichas)
Asiento 3: ssooo ($10.50 en fichas)
Asiento 4: tazman69698 ($8.40 en fichas)
Asiento 5: Harrill10 ($26.15 en fichas)
Asiento 6: discretiion ($50.70 en fichas)
tazman69698: pone ciega pequeña $0.10
Harrill10: pone ciega grande $0.25
*** CARTAS PROPIAS ***
Repartidas a DonMago666 [Kd Kc 8c Jd]
discretiion: iguala $0.25
buffalo50: se retira
DonMago666: sube $0.25 a $0.50
ssooo: se retira
tazman69698: se retira
Harrill10: iguala $0.25
discretiion: iguala $0.25
*** FLOP *** [As Kh Qc]
Harrill10: pasa
discretiion: apuesta $1.55
DonMago666: iguala $1.55
Harrill10: se retira
*** TURN *** [As Kh Qc] 6 of hearts
discretiion: apuesta $4.50
DonMago666: what do you do?

Edited by Mago666 (15 February 2009 @ 13:54 GMT)


     
  15-Feb-09, 14:01   #2
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doomdy 

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I am not so into omaha and its spanish so littl difficult to read.
Retira is fold right? Big Smile

So on flop with 3 players discretiion, harrill and mago...
Discretiion raises right and you call, harrill fold?

Then turn there is a flushdraw (he cud easily have, you dont).
He can have the straigth so....
He raises $4,50 whats allmost ur entire stack right?

I wud fold it but i am a omaha donk so... Big Smile

Tell us what happened Smile

     
  15-Feb-09, 14:08   #3
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Mago666 

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hehehe ur right in your translate lol lets see what other people think and tomorrow i will post the answer Blink and the continue of the hand Cool

     
  15-Feb-09, 14:08   #4
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ljuban 

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the guys has got u have 10j so ur behind but i still goth a good change of winnin if u hit the case king or the board pairs, and u can spilt the pot if a ten drops of, but the pot is so small there are not good pot odds, so the best think to do would be fold.

     
  15-Feb-09, 14:14   #5
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jevo 

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OK, I think you can write off a set of A's as at this level surely one of the vilians would raise you pre, so you're only really losing to J10 on the flop, which is still the nuts on the turn. It's a difficult one, as even in Omaha it's not easy to lay down a set of K's.

I think where you went wrong was the min raise on the flop, it's pretty weak imo and is just inviting action.

With you're stack i would ship it and hope the board pairs, you're pretty much pot commited.


     
  15-Feb-09, 14:31   #6
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B1gfoot 

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Well think you should be sat with more $ to start.
Humm is he a bully? lets say no, he has str8 and is playing it hard.
Think you got a 4in1 shoot of hitting, but think bet gets you off the pot.
With out knowing the player id fold, regretably.
However the hand continues, so you call and hit so now the answer is call lol.

I too dont get the min raise...?

     
  15-Feb-09, 14:33   #7
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shokaku 

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Fill up your stack.

Raise more preflop to thin out the field.

Know your opponent. Smile If you are sure he does this only with JTxx, you have to fold here. If he tends to overplay lesser sets or two pairs, you have to move in.

     
  15-Feb-09, 14:39   #8
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guille22xt 
Joined: Jan '09
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The mini raise wasnt really good..
To me, Its a fold, you have 3 possible hands that will beat you, its the 3 Aces, the straight, and now a possible flush draw, he probably have both, flush draw and straight...
although i think he doesnt have the Flush draw, he wouldnt play agresively like that, he would have checked so you bet...
He definately has the straight...

Probably bluffing but not likely

     
  15-Feb-09, 17:35   #9
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jevo 

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Oh btw, is there such a thing as NL Omaha? thought there was only pot limit and limit...

EDIT - just read the hand history and it says PLO so guess not.

     
  15-Feb-09, 17:43   #10
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Mago666 

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Posted by JoeJeavons:
Oh btw, is there such a thing as NL Omaha? thought there was only pot limit and limit...

EDIT - just read the hand history and it says PLO so guess not.


lol your right thx for say it Blink problem fixed thats happend when u play most of the time NL lol u stars all of ur post whit that word Tongue Big Smile thx for inform and is PL sorry for the mistake Blink problem fixed Cool

post: cant edit the first post Big Smile but is PL no NL like i write lol Big Smile and actually the omaha NL exist Big Smile take a llok at merge soft and u will se but is so sick Big Smile

Edited by Mago666 (15 February 2009 @ 17:48 GMT)


     
  15-Feb-09, 17:49   #11
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shokaku 

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Posted by JoeJeavons:
Oh btw, is there such a thing as NL Omaha? thought there was only pot limit and limit...


Even if NL holdem and PL omaha are the most popular games, PL holdem and NL omaha are on offer, too. The last one at Action for example. (But don't expect traffic there. Cool )

     
  15-Feb-09, 17:53   #12
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jevo 

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Really? Never seen NLO before.

I wouldn't play Omaha at Action again though, last time I played you could leave the table and re-join with less funds :/

     
  15-Feb-09, 18:36   #13
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ChoonT 

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Posted by shokaku:
Posted by JoeJeavons:
Oh btw, is there such a thing as NL Omaha? thought there was only pot limit and limit...


Even if NL holdem and PL omaha are the most popular games, PL holdem and NL omaha are on offer, too. The last one at Action for example. (But don't expect traffic there. Cool )


i played sometimes playmoney 7card stud..and like it... sadly theres no lowlimit ( less than 0,50$)in real money.. or i didnt see them Blink




     
  15-Feb-09, 18:41   #14
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shokaku 

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Posted by ChoonT:
i played sometimes playmoney 7card stud..and like it... sadly theres no lowlimit ( less than 0,50$)in real money.. or i didnt see them Blink


Back in the day ultimate bet had low limit Stud and Stud/8b.

     
  15-Feb-09, 19:36   #15
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-janne1990 

Joined: Dec '08
Location: Finland
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All-in. If you don't hit full house take a new buy-in.

     
  15-Feb-09, 21:18   #16
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M3turbo 
Joined: Dec '07
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Posted by shokaku:
Fill up your stack.

Raise more preflop to thin out the field.



+1


cbet flop + turn and valuebet blanc river(non heart/broadway card).


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Ehh cant edit erase "broadway card" Smile

Edited by M3turbo (16 February 2009 @ 05:13 GMT)


     
  6-Mar-09, 22:12   #17
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Stigmatt 

Joined: Feb '09
Location: Russian Federation
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Easy fold ^^

     
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