Poker Strategy: We Turn A Set On A Monotone Board

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In this hand we turn a set on a 3 flush board, and river a full house. We raise the river for value but get 3 bet shoved on. What would you do?

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Poker Strategy: We Turn A Set On A Monotone Board

10 thoughts on “Poker Strategy: We Turn A Set On A Monotone Board

  1. I felt Hero wasn't telling the truth, I am sorry if I am wrong… how he would show an ace and mock it. How he knew him was beaten ? Wouldn't you first make sure what your opponent have before mock Ax for a such a big pot ?

  2. What's the big deal? You have a full house, you're not good enough to hero fold, so you call it. Plenty of players go all in w Flush. Plenty go all in with trips. I refuse to fold bcuz there is 1 hand that beats us. That would be wussy poker. You will get taken at times w better hands but you can't fold a boat. C'mon

  3. sure there are real reasons to bet that flop, come on~ you have the lead, villain is folding most hands with no spade, and you are probably ahead anyways..might as well at least see where you are at

  4. I really don't like her attitude. I used to play what might be viewed as semi pro 10 years ago, and in so many casinos I came across this attitude "You don't play like me, so your bad, the plays wrong because I can't understand it" – that's why I made money of them. He can't be that bad however if he said "good call" as he must have had a good read on her and assumed her value raise is mostly flushes and some boats – if she folds all flushes, then it's actually not a bad play.

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