It’s always interesting to catch the nut – an unbeatable hand. What’s the best way to play a hand like that? Remember, as we’ve said many times in the past, when playing poker your goal is not just to win as many hands as possible, but more to get chips – the more the more the merrier.
I played a lively $ 4- $ 8 limit game at the Hustler Casino in Gardena, California. By “agile,” I mean there are some aggressive players who tend to bluff on a lot of occasions.
In the middle position, I see Kh – Jh as my greeting card. That’s a great start to the Evodomino visit. With a Hold’em Algorithhm score of 27 points, it easily meets the criteria of starting a 24-point hand in middle position. My card has great potential! Three opponents and I pay to see the flop: Qh – 9h – 2d.
That flop left me with a good chance of catching very high hands, especially the King-flush, the second nut. With two cards up and coming – turn and river, I have nine to get the big flush. Using the 4-2 Rule (9 x 4 = 36), I can expect to catch the flush more than a third of the time. Estimating the number of chips in the pot, the pot odds are much higher than 3 to 1.There are also three who are out to catch another King for a big pair. With three opponents in hand, I knew I definitely had enormous Positive Expectations.
In turn, I was thrilled when the dealer placed an Ace of hearts on the board – the best card I could hope for – gave me a flush of nuts. Wow! I believe I have the best hands. Now, my goal is to try to build the biggest pot possible.
After Ace fell on the turn, Big Blind (BB) was out betting. I thought she was for a pair of aces. If I lift, it is likely that the Cut-Offs will fold, thus limiting the size of the ultimate pot; and there might be a bet, maybe a raise, on the river, building a bigger pot. So, I just called the BB’s $ 8 bet, as well as a Cut-Off.
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