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One for Snapper

New postby Doylie » Thu Aug 09, 2007 9:10 pm

Full Tilt Poker Game #3201892198: $5 + $0.25 Heads Up Sit & Go (24478620), Table 1 - 10/20 - Pot Limit Omaha Hi - 16:03:43 ET - 2007/08/09
Seat 1: mehgeld (1,560)
Seat 2: 5Doylie (1,440)
mehgeld posts the small blind of 10
5Doylie posts the big blind of 20
The button is in seat #1
*** HOLE CARDS ***
Dealt to 5Doylie [:Ac :Ah :3s :8d]
mehgeld calls 10
5Doylie raises to 60
mehgeld calls 40
*** FLOP *** [:4c :8c :9c]
5Doylie bets 120
mehgeld raises to 480


What to do next?
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New postby robbiebox » Thu Aug 09, 2007 10:13 pm

FOLD ! FOLD ! FOLD!

You have very few to no outs and are almost definitely behind or an underdog to a massive draw..
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New postby Doylie » Thu Aug 09, 2007 10:30 pm

LOL
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New postby Doylie » Fri Aug 10, 2007 12:47 pm

Heres the odds for the Omaha hand we played snap

:Ad :Qs :Jc :9c v :8h :8s :5c :5d

Win: 55.30%-------- Win: 44.70%
EE: 0.553------------ EE: 0.447

Opposite to Holdem?
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New postby Snapper » Fri Aug 10, 2007 7:16 pm

Aye thats very interesting chief, i'm glad you could remember the hand and the suits etc, because i wouldn't of lol.

Top hand easy fold, your drawing to runner runner fullhouse because thats all you can achieve and you have no other draws or redraws.

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Re: One for Snapper

New postby Doylie » Mon Aug 13, 2007 9:16 pm

Anyways heres the conclusion, this is the type of play youd be swearing at your screens at.......


5Doylie raises to 1,380, and is all in
mehgeld calls 900
5Doylie shows [ :Ac :Ah :3s :8d]
mehgeld shows [ :Qd :10s :9s :8h]
*** TURN *** [ :4c :8c :9c] [ :4h]
*** RIVER *** [ :4c :8c :9c :4h] [ :4d]
5Doylie shows a full house, Fours full of Aces
mehgeld shows three of a kind, Fours
5Doylie wins the pot (2,880) with a full house, Fours full of Aces
*** SUMMARY ***
Total pot 2,880 | Rake 0
Board: [ :4c :8c :9c :4h :4d]
Seat 1: mehgeld (small blind) showed [ :Qd :10s :9s :8h] and lost with three of a kind, Fours
Seat 2: 5Doylie (big blind) showed [ :Ac :Ah :3s :8d] and won (2,880) with a full house, Fours full of Aces


I bet this guy was seething, lol I misread my hand as having the nut flush, but of course youve got to use two cards from your hand, as you can see I dont play Omaha much but am trying to get into it. Very action packed with draws galore, but only when youve got the cards lol :D
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Re: One for Snapper

New postby robbiebox » Mon Aug 13, 2007 10:28 pm

Nothing unusual about this hand for Omaha.

Standard raises and all the chips ending up all-in. He was putting in 900 to win 1800 so was getting 2:1 and he is better than 55:45 against with your hand here.


Omaha is a great game and takes some getting used to, can be costly to learn so start off smaller than you would at Hold'em.
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Re: One for Snapper

New postby Doylie » Tue Aug 14, 2007 9:26 am

Yeah your right jon can take some getting used to, I think the odds/outs calculations would take a long time to get the general feel of how they work. Also I get the feeling that you play your own hand more than your opponents because its so difficult to put someone on a hand? I've been playing HU so that I get to play a lot of hands, much better than mucking hand after hand.
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