30 days to the WSOP...
There continues to be a lot of interest in these one hand quizzes. What I am trying to do with these poker situations is to take a real hand, challenge your thinking, and show you how the Pro would approach the same situation. I also will provide my comments.
You will have a hand to play, and I will be playing against you. Good luck!
First place over $1 million.
You are one of the final 6 players.
Blinds are $1,500-$3,000 with a $500 ante
You have $110,000 and are under the gun. You find 8c-5c. You limp in for $3,000. Another player limps. I am in the small blind with $130,000 and call. The big blind also calls. There is $15,000 in the pot.
The flop is Ac-9c-6c. You hit your flush!
You bet $12,000. The first player calls and I call. The big blind folds. There is $51,000 in the pot.
The turn is a Kd. You bet $22,000 and only I call. The pot is $95,000.
The river is a 10c. You check and I bet $14,000.
What should you do?
What hand do you put your opponent on?
Would you have played this hand any differently?
The answers will be posted tomorrow. I will provide what the pros think about this hand, and I will also provide another line of thinking.
Saturday, May 2, 2009
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