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how would you play a royal flush on the flop?  0   
you flop a royal.
how would you play it in early position? i played check check bet ( pot only ) and only got the blinds.

     
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I would bet out make it look like I have a pair or something like that. Or check flop bet turn hopefully some1 hiting something but betting on flop is the best because ppl won't put u on a royal flush and if some1 is drawing to anything then ur making them pay and if they hit then u get paid off even more, even do there isn't anything ppl could really draw 2.

I'm guessing u had 10Q suited.

     
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It depends how you play your other hands. I do a lot of betting regardless of my hand so i get called down light and no one gives me any credit for a hand.

As such I'd bet-bet-bet and hope someone thinks I'm full of it. They usually do.

You must bet before the river though If someone has a draw ( the 8 or 9 for a flush ) they will probably pay to chase it. When they've missed by the river they not gonna pay a dime.

A line I quite like, on a monotone flop, is to bet the flop like you're protecting a top/middle pair then check the turn ( cause your scared of the flush, wink,wink ) your opponent may try to bluff you out or call you light when you pot the river.

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opps I should have read the previous post first Blink

     
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i would have done same as you, check, check, bet
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I nearly always raise my big hands early. People tend to call if they think they have a chance. I hardly ever get paid off betting on the river.

     
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Posted by palfco:
you flop a royal.
how would you play it in early position? i played check check bet ( pot only ) and only got the blinds.

I have floped a royal flush once
I hade 2 callers pre flop after a small raise
I checked the flop
the next guy raised and the next went all in
i called and the first guy to bet folded
job done hahaha

     
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Depends on the opponents. With a flopped royal we don't have to worry about getting outdrawn, so we can take the line we expect to make the most money. Some people are very bluffy. Check to them. Others are calling stations, bet into those.

     
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Never had a royal flush Sad
But I think ,I would have done the same.
Altough I tend to raise at preflop

     
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Yep I would have done the same too. Maybe if the player is loose, maybe i could make a mini bet in the flop, but probably I would check until the river waiting for the players to bet. Unfortunately royal straight flush is a rare hand that normalyy dont give almost any profit!

     
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What cards did you have on your hand. Where there no pre-flop raises?

     
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I would play it as any other hend:
1. Continuation bet on flop (I never limp pre-flop)
2. Check-rais on turn
3. Bet the river

     
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Definitley I would check, check see what the river brings and bet... Hopefully another card at the same colour comes out, and the other person has at least a flush with some 9 Agree Than I owe the donkey Big Smile

     
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How you play depends mainly on three things- your reputation, your opponents reps and position. I'm assuming there was no raise preflop. From that point on your were very unlikely to get action. big blind is unlikely to have high cards so little chance of a pair and little chance of a high card in the same suit to call a flush. At the end of the day, more likely than not your opponent folds when you bet at any stage. There was nothing you could do.

In poker we need two things to get lucky - a good hand for you and a good but slightly worse hand for everyone else. Chances are if you have a royal flush you will not get paid. That's why its good to play lower cards and hit a monster no one can see coming.

     
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I had a royal flush once so far with two aggressive players against me. That was easy in my case - timed call, another call, all-in. Smile I could also re-raise on turn but I knew that they'll both go all-in with me after the river, so I didn't have to think for too long... Blink

     
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I would most likely bet out on flop unless maybe there was an aggressive player to act behind me.

     
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slink into the pot hoping one of the fishes on the table calls and a few follow him. turn card. trying to get as much into the pot with out scaring off everyone. hopefully by this stage theres a fair bit in the pot and people are chasing the big win then let him call raising and re raising watching his jaw drop to the floor when you pull out the killer hand Big Smile

     
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I would always bet on the flop: if none calls there isnt money in the hand anyway.
If someone has top pair, flush draw or maybe even trips you can pay him off.
So my style would be: 0.75x potsize bet, 0.4/0.5x potsize bet (make them think you are not really sure of your hand either) and depending on the river you make a continuation bet of lets say .5x-.7x potsize.

     
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depends entirely on my table image and my opponents
if i've been playing aggressive enough i'm likely to raise
although you cant get beat so checking is a good option aswell

     
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Posted by Lurk3r:
depends entirely on my table image and my opponents
if i've been playing aggressive enough i'm likely to raise
although you cant get beat so checking is a good option aswell

check/call and raise reraise on river

     
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It depends , VS TAG check check raise, and vs LOOSE check bet/call bet/reraise

     
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