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How do you play your flushdraws? I have noticed that I tend to lose a lot of money on these hands. Maybe I play them too aggressve? If I have a flushdraw on the flop I usually bet or raise, maybe I should just call more often? If someone reraises I sometimes call or go all-in, sometimes fold, but in general I have problems with flushdraws.

How do you play them?

     
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man its always better in any situationto wait if you got the nuts before going allin.the more you play the better you will get.youll work it out.mmabie slowing on the betting work better.if you get it other player smashed anyway,if not you can get out cheaper if you dont hit.

     
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Its a draw at the moment you are betting on nothing.
If the price is right then play on, again lots of dependents.
Again a short answer.

     
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Thanks a lot! Smile

     
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If your stuck on a hand, or are unsure if you have playd it right then post a hand history, you might get slatted a little but should pick up some good advice, but if its just in generall there are far too many factors to consider so do a little surch on google and you will find tons of info.
That gos for you outher Qs, best of luck to you.

     
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No problem to be aggressive with a draw if you are heads up in the pot, and opponent know how to fold. Multiway, or against someone who can't fold, start betting only if you have made your hand.

     
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My flushdraws depends on what the board brings.
if its dry, and I don't hit a pair on top of my flushdraws, I rarely wud be aggro here.

For example :
My hand is AK hearts
flop 10-5-K with 10-5 of hearts and K(random)

In situations like these, I prefer raise and aggro style.

liv ftw Heart

     
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Depends on a lot of things, like I'm playing cash, a MTT or a S&G and of course if I'm the preflop agressor or not.

But in general, If got FD plus 2 overcards I'd play it agressive. Otherwise I'd play carefuly and calculating my pot odds.

     
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Posted by B1gfoot:
Its a draw at the moment you are betting on nothing.
If the price is right then play on, again lots of dependents.
Again a short answer.

Yeah, I would agree to you...

     
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Posted by Flangel:
My flushdraws depends on what the board brings.
if its dry, and I don't hit a pair on top of my flushdraws, I rarely wud be aggro here.

For example :
My hand is AK hearts
flop 10-5-K with 10-5 of hearts and K(random)

In situations like these, I prefer raise and aggro style.

liv ftw Heart


Nice...i like it Blink

     
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