Poker Strategy: Playing Top Set Multiway on a Straightening Board

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In this hand the caller flops top set on a three straight board and faces multiple all-ins. How does the math of the stack sizes come in to play in a spot like this?

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5 thoughts on “Poker Strategy: Playing Top Set Multiway on a Straightening Board

  1. You obviously have to rip it in given the action, but I'm not as convinced as Bart that you're usually ahead of SB. If SB is thinking, he flats the back raise because he puts you mostly on overpairs and wants you to call flop with very little equity

  2. i'd just call too on the flop, see what happens. if you shove you don't wanna be called, right?

  3. I'm gonna opine for a moment. This running it more than once business is getting ridiculous. The main reason to run it twice (or more), from someone who used to run home games, is to keep players in the game from going broke, so as to keep the game going longer, and to keep the rake going. In huge pots some players get scared of going broke and want to somehow feel they will "realize their equity" and think that this will happen if they run it 2 or more times. This is a flaw in logic since over time it will of course even out by running it once. You odds will be all messed up if you occasionally run it once, twice or three times. If you can't afford to lose your buy in, move down in stakes, you are making another mistake by playing too large. I run it once no matter what and I find it very fun to often be the only one who insists on this and sit in wonder at how people can tilt when I do so.

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