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It is the 2008 World Poker Tour Championship. You buy-in for $25,000 and you get $50,000 in chips. Sounds like a deep stack tournament to me=)
Because of the deep chip stack players are coming in with all sorts of hands. Including you!
Blinds are $100-$200, two players limp and you have the 6c-3s. A power house of a hand. Instead of raising or folding, you call. There are lots of callers. Seven see the flop. The pot is $1,400.
The flop is Qc-6h-3c. You hit two pair. There is the potential flush draw.
After three checks, the solid player in front of you, bets $1,200. You call.
The real loose player next to you, raises to $4,200.
Everyone folds back to you. What does your opponent have? He is a loose player, so who really knows for sure. But, I'd guess anything from a set, two pair (doubtful), a flush draw, and maybe even a straight draw--after all it is a loose player, with players coming in with any two cards.
You don't fold. You just call to see the turn. The pot is now $11,000.
The turn is an Ah. You call. Your opponent bets $10,000. What does your opponent have?
Hmm...maybe a set, a flush draw, a straight draw...what about if the Ace helped his hand..maybe A-Q? At this point, I am thinking that I can either fold, or move all-in and just go home. I don't really want to see another card because if it is a club, it will be a tough decision.
Instead you just call. The pot is now $31,000.
The river is the 7d.
What should you do?
Answer tomorrow. Yes, this is a real hand. And I got it wrong, because I'd move all-in on the turn and get ready to party in Vegas, or keep playing. Risk is good.
So...now, it's up to you...