3 Draws No Good Poker Player Will Ever Chase

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You will never see a good poker player chasing these 3 bad draws. Just fold these draws, don’t ever chase them.

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3 Draws No Good Poker Player Will Ever Chase

10 thoughts on “3 Draws No Good Poker Player Will Ever Chase

  1. Do you chase any of these draws? Also, here is the simply strategy to beat your poker games that works every time: https://youtu.be/gB8HV3ysmRE

  2. you do this to gain subscribers – fine, its godo for us to watch these, but watch poker at night, thats who negrenau and others play – i lose to 5 hi flush draws, gut shots, and bottom end draws – one outers over and over – local casino – when i play greg raymer sure he doesnt do crap and I do well, but how often do I get to play greg raymer

  3. Most of the time I won't chase flushes or straights, depends on the outs. 6/4d and 5/4h I play those hands by folding the bad out of em🀣 so speaking of bad luck, I busted out of a tournament with A9os with someone hitting the nut flush on the river with A8s. I hit A on the flop and 9 on the turn then he his his flush on the river. So I had two pair and a boat draw. Isn't hitting the flush somewhere around 30% odds?

  4. I think what keeps guys calling some of these situations is that opponents DO call in these situations more often than 5-10% of the time. They call, lower stakes, more like30-60% of the time when you hit. Good advice and I try to follow your suggestions, they make sense, thanks.

  5. Wait hold on. Hand number 2 with Ace 8, you are not drawing dead if that person hits a straight with a king cause of a queen on the turn? You can still hit a king for an ace high straight. I know bad poker play, but you aren't dead.

  6. Great video. If I may add : Only chase flushes and straights on combo draws/overpairs. Easy example : Board is 8H 9H 6C. You have J 10 of Hearts. Even if your opponent flopped a set, you are almost 50/50. You can hit the unlikely runner runner cuz you have 2 overs, you are drawing to a straight, drawing to a flush, and the straight flush. These are the only situations I will chase draws depending on the cost/situation because you are 50/50 at worst.

    Also, be careful when chasing straights and particularly flushes on paired boards. You think you are drawing to the nut flush, but your opponent turns over a boat. RIP.

    Hard lessons learnedπŸ˜‚

  7. But 4-5 of hearts in that situation, is also a double-runner-runner straight flush draw! Absolute unfoldable monster!

    And in the second example, K-Q doesn't have you drawing dead, you just need another K-Q to come out on turn/river to have the higher straight!

  8. More times then nope πŸ‘ŽπŸΌ my 54 flush was the winning hand βœ‹πŸΌ πŸ–οΈ 🀚🏼 but anytime opponent raised with anything a lot I folded it.

  9. Well tonight in a 3 way all in my pocket 10's get called by Ace, J, (thats fine ) AND get thisssss 2,3 suited! πŸ€”πŸ€”πŸ€” well flop comes 8,8,2…..2,…..Queen πŸ€·β€β™‚οΈπŸ€·β€β™‚οΈπŸ€·β€β™‚οΈ wth can I do with that . That's non pro tournament style summed up. You can get called by ANYONE with ANYTHING… all the strategy in the world doesn't help that.

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