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    Default bubble of 3 rb nut flush "draw" on flop

    kingcrimson, very very nitty. more nitty than me. has been 7x short until doubling through retard to my right. what is the correct play?

    Full Tilt Poker Game #21134601400: $3 + $0.30 Rebuy (162616194), Table 3 - 1200/2400 Ante 300 - No Limit Hold'em - 10:21:41 ET - 2010/05/26
    Seat 1: POKRKING2948 (88,365)
    Seat 2: STAY COLD (74,878)
    Seat 3: Sten1986 (156,544)
    Seat 6: kingcrimson72 (27,162)
    Seat 8: tjabbatje (18,540)
    POKRKING2948 antes 300
    STAY COLD antes 300
    Sten1986 antes 300
    kingcrimson72 antes 300
    tjabbatje antes 300
    POKRKING2948 posts the small blind of 1,200
    STAY COLD posts the big blind of 2,400
    The button is in seat #8
    *** HOLE CARDS ***
    Dealt to STAY COLD [Ah Th]
    Sten1986 folds
    kingcrimson72 raises to 4,800
    tjabbatje folds
    POKRKING2948 calls 3,600
    STAY COLD calls 2,400
    *** FLOP *** [2h 8d 6h]
    POKRKING2948 checks
    STAY COLD checks
    kingcrimson72 bets 8,400
    POKRKING2948 folds
    STAY COLD ....

    im wondering what the rest of you are doing here.

    look forward to responses.

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    Default Re: bubble of 3 rb nut flush "draw" on flop

    try not to flat with stacks like this pre i guess...
    Seriously rickwaa be more of a loser.

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    Default Re: bubble of 3 rb nut flush "draw" on flop

    yeah i wondered about that, thanks for your input.

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    Default Re: bubble of 3 rb nut flush "draw" on flop

    hi joel,

    just letting you know i won ;-)

    regards,

    Liam.

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    Default Re: bubble of 3 rb nut flush "draw" on flop

    I'm all in with fingers crossed!

    I think at this point in the hand it doesnt matter how nitty or loose he is - its clear he has a made hand, you have a big drawing hand.

    If you lose your still in, you gotta win flips to win - might as well start early

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    Default Re: bubble of 3 rb nut flush "draw" on flop

    if i lose this i have like 15 big blinds and im back to where everyone else is. I felt like my only draw was my heart draw.

    raising felt wrong, as did calling. the logical answer seemed to be fold.

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    Default Re: bubble of 3 rb nut flush "draw" on flop

    2.5-1 chip leader over your opponent.

    Reraise or shove all in, your on an ace high flush draw, plus another ace, so you have your outs.

    What did he have?

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    Default Re: bubble of 3 rb nut flush "draw" on flop

    It's 'gut-check' time!!!!

    If your gut says 'fold', then fold - it hardly a disaster.

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    Default Re: bubble of 3 rb nut flush "draw" on flop

    flat then shove, if you shove the flop he doesn't fold. ak - qq imo

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    Default Re: bubble of 3 rb nut flush "draw" on flop

    multiway I probably can't help but top up, see a flop and try to stack the guy with a presumably nuttish hand, but the flop is an easy c/f

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