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Re: What would you do? Poker hand of the Week.
« on: January 14, 2012, 05:12:19 AM »
Thank you all for your replies; I do appreciate them.

After weighing everything up, taking into account the bets that he made and going with my gut, I decided to call.  I figured if I lost the hand, it would cost me 28c (700 x 4c per 100 chips) but if I win, it would be worth 56c (1400 x 4c per 100)

I knew I probably should have folded but you know when you get that feeling, you just can't throw that pot away.

Here is the outcome:



As you can see, he was chasing the flush, which he didn't make and was just doing a very expensive continuation bet.

The end result was that I was 1st of the 5 winners and won $3.72.

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