Joined: Nov '07
Age: 39 (M)
Cash Games :
I won't stackoff on a draw postflop if I i ony have a flusdraw, I need atleast more outs like a OESD or Pair to Middlepair before I put my chips in.
Thats one of the reasons why I play with suited connectors, instead of different suits.
Be also aware, that a flush gets easily beat when the board pairs. U see alot of players limping in with low pair and hit their set, while U are still on a draw. classic situations imho.
The only times I push on a draw is : 1. When my opponents has less chips then me 2. When I atleast keep 25% of my stack if I would lose 3. If blinds force me to go on draws. 4. I only push and stack postflop, I don't wait for the turn, else U might have invested too much and U are forced to call. Even when your outs are so bad. Also by pushing this postflop, it usually isolates players and try to go HU, or take the pot down on a semi bluff.
Joined: May '08
Age: 51 (M)
Posted by B1gfoot: Its easy doomdy.Im sure you will get the hang of it in no time. Multiply the decimal pot odds you are given by the probability that you will win the hand, thats all you need to know.