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Re: Tournament, sitngo and ring games discussion thread
« on: November 10, 2011, 04:54:49 PM »
Here is an interesting perfect flop for fish which I had called originally but then one fish raised all in and then the other fish called.  I had a good hand but not a good enough hand to wager all my chips on when all I had was 2 over cards.  The flop has come down and that is the point that they both go all in.

As you can see from the first screenshot, the top card on the table is 7 high, there are two spades and two connected cards.  The perfect hand for a fish (or two). 
The second screenshot, both players have shown their hands as they are both all in. 
The third screenshot shows the turn/river and despite the 72 off hitting trips, he loses to a straight.

I hope these screenies assist in some way to recognize a perfect fish flop when you see one.

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