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Claw75
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« on: August 18, 2006, 11:45:00 PM »

I don't play much omaha, but thought I'd have a whirl with $5 at a cash table.  Didn't last long as I got busted by this hand.  After the hand was over, I thought I had played it ok, and that the guy who made the call made a mistake, but got lucky.  However, several people then congratulated him on his 'nh' in the chat box afterwards, which has left me confused - did he play it well after all?  Am interested in opinons from omaha players on both my play and the play of my opponent here.

Table Name Hand ID Game Stakes
The Nile 10475174-9746 Omaha Pot Limit $0.05/$0.10
[Aug 18 23:33:36] : Hand Start.
[Aug 18 23:33:36] : Seat 1 : senzhjie has $1.80
[Aug 18 23:33:36] : Seat 2 : kkg3456 has $3.87
[Aug 18 23:33:36] : Seat 3 : Claw75 has $3.90
[Aug 18 23:33:36] : Seat 4 : vallette has $1
[Aug 18 23:33:36] : Seat 5 : luckytina has $12.37
[Aug 18 23:33:36] : Seat 6 : cragi has $1.75
[Aug 18 23:33:36] : Seat 7 : Mac5102 has $3.15
[Aug 18 23:33:36] : Seat 8 : BadBeatQ has $17.18
[Aug 18 23:33:36] : Seat 9 : Dazza2269 has $8.85
[Aug 18 23:33:36] : Mac5102 is the dealer.
[Aug 18 23:33:36] : BadBeatQ posted small blind.
[Aug 18 23:33:37] : Dazza2269 posted big blind.
[Aug 18 23:33:37] : Game [9746] started with 8 players.
[Aug 18 23:33:37] : Dealing Hole Cards.
[Aug 18 23:33:37] : Seat 3 : Claw75 has
[Aug 18 23:33:41] : senzhjie called $0.10
[Aug 18 23:33:43] : kkg3456 called $0.10
[Aug 18 23:33:45] : Claw75 called $0.10 and raised $0.45
[Aug 18 23:33:47] : luckytina folded.
[Aug 18 23:33:47] : cragi folded.
[Aug 18 23:33:51] : Mac5102 folded.
[Aug 18 23:33:52] : BadBeatQ called $0.50
[Aug 18 23:33:58] : Dazza2269 called $0.45
[Aug 18 23:34:48] : senzhjie called $0.45
[Aug 18 23:34:49] : kkg3456 folded.
[Aug 18 23:34:49] : Dealing flop.
[Aug 18 23:34:49] : Board cards [ ]
[Aug 18 23:34:56] : BadBeatQ checked.
[Aug 18 23:34:57] : Dazza2269 checked.
[Aug 18 23:34:58] : senzhjie checked.
[Aug 18 23:35:03] : Claw75 bet $0.80
[Aug 18 23:35:05] : BadBeatQ called $0.80
[Aug 18 23:35:06] : Dazza2269 called $0.80
[Aug 18 23:35:09] : senzhjie folded.
[Aug 18 23:35:10] : Dealing turn.
[Aug 18 23:35:10] : Board cards [ ]
[Aug 18 23:35:15] : BadBeatQ checked.
[Aug 18 23:35:22] : Dazza2269 checked.
[Aug 18 23:35:27] : Claw75 bet $2.55 and is All-in
[Aug 18 23:35:35] : BadBeatQ folded.
[Aug 18 23:35:37] : Dazza2269 called $2.55
[Aug 18 23:35:38] : Showdown!
[Aug 18 23:35:38] : Seat 3 : Claw75 has
[Aug 18 23:35:39] : Seat 3 : Claw75 has
[Aug 18 23:35:39] : Seat 9 : Dazza2269 has Ah As
[Aug 18 23:35:45] : Board cards [ ]
[Aug 18 23:35:45] : Seat 3 : Claw75 has
[Aug 18 23:35:45] : Claw75 has Full House : full of 10s
[Aug 18 23:35:45] : Seat 9 : Dazza2269 has Ah As
[Aug 18 23:35:45] : Dazza2269 has Full House : full of Aces
[Aug 18 23:35:45] : Dazza2269 wins $9.31 with Full House : full of Aces (Ace kicker)
[Aug 18 23:35:54] : Hand is over.

 
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« Reply #1 on: August 19, 2006, 01:47:43 AM »

hey,

in omaha as soon as the board pairs i slow down action with made flushes and straights and not norm chase uncomplete draws. he did overplay his aces tho and so in this instance ur push was justified. ul, it is a suckout game
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« Reply #2 on: August 19, 2006, 03:15:14 AM »

I'd probably give this one up on the turn as two callers on a flop with no flush draws would suggest that someone has drawn to their full house.

I'm not too sure though as this is not a level I'm particularly accustomed to.

In fact, just ignore me.  Cool
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« Reply #3 on: August 19, 2006, 06:22:55 AM »

Claw I'm also an amateur but in this case I think given the fact you flop the nuts coupled with the stack sizes it's very hard to get away from your hand. Obv what the previous posters said is absolutely correct but I feel that their advice is more relevant in a deeper stacked game.
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« Reply #4 on: August 19, 2006, 12:03:34 PM »

I think if you had more money he'd pass
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« Reply #5 on: August 20, 2006, 01:49:42 PM »

I think if you had more money he'd pass

i dont - some people just cant fold aces!!
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« Reply #6 on: August 20, 2006, 03:28:01 PM »

I'd say your only mistake was under betting the flop. Generally in Omaha I tend to always assume someone has flopped a set, so even flopping a nicely disguised straight on a non-flushing board still needs protection.

People tend to overvalue straights and flushes.  There's a fairly common situation that goes along the lines:

Flop top set on a flushing board, bet the pot, get called
Turn completes the flush, opponents makes very small bet, call
River completes full house, get all the cash in against nut flush
Get called moron, fish, retard,  etc. by unhappy American

In this case, your opponent didn't even have a set, all he had wan an overpair. He just got lucky.
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« Reply #7 on: August 21, 2006, 04:06:19 PM »

I don't mind raising pot there with JTT9 but its probably a bit loose, you remove the street play a bit more.

The flop, just jam it. It's a perfect flop for you just bet the pot.
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« Reply #8 on: August 21, 2006, 07:20:20 PM »

If there were deeper stacks, I'd be tempted to wait til the turn before I started jamming it.
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