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Forum: No-Limit Hold'em Ring Games Oct 06, 2005, 8:42pm
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Posted By Dougikins
I think the point being made is that you can hit...

I think the point being made is that you can hit your flush with your 8 clean outs, but still be vulnerable to a redraw to a full house if your flush card then pairs on the river.[/quote]

Ah, the...
Forum: No-Limit Hold'em Ring Games Oct 06, 2005, 6:18pm
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Views: 5,493
Posted By Dougikins
To clarify, In this hand, you need to worry...

To clarify, In this hand, you need to worry about:
The 4th J
6h, 6s, 6d
4h, 4s, 4d
and the three matching cards to the flush card we would need to hit.
Giving the Set 10 outs to draw against...
Forum: No-Limit Hold'em Ring Games Oct 06, 2005, 2:39pm
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Posted By Dougikins
Am I missing something? There are two cards to...

Am I missing something? There are two cards to come, its possible to both hit your flush, and have the board pair and then he will make a full house....[/quote]

Yes, that's the case. I said IFFFF...
Forum: No-Limit Hold'em Ring Games Oct 06, 2005, 3:38am
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Posted By Dougikins
:shock: Guess what I have been doing :oops: ...

:shock: Guess what I have been doing :oops:

Another priceless nugget thrown up by these forums, thanks Doug[/quote]

Not a problem. Pass the truth on!
Forum: No-Limit Hold'em Ring Games Oct 05, 2005, 7:15pm
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Posted By Dougikins
I'm more talking of this specific hand. If the...

I'm more talking of this specific hand. If the person hits their full house, you wouldn't have had a flush anyway, so you lose. IF you hit your 8 clean flush outs, you cannot lose in this hand.
Forum: No-Limit Hold'em Ring Games Oct 05, 2005, 6:34pm
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Posted By Dougikins
I'm not so sure you're logic is correct here. If...

I'm not so sure you're logic is correct here. If the opponent has trip 6s or 4s, any club will win in this situation, except the Jc. If they hold trip Js, again the Jc beats you. So, instead of 9...
Forum: No-Limit Hold'em Ring Games Oct 04, 2005, 10:41pm
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Views: 5,493
Posted By Dougikins
Yeah, I had the problem for awhile, too. I also...

Yeah, I had the problem for awhile, too. I also saw 3:1 as 1/3, when in reality it is 1/4. Odds can be confusing for awhile, but once you have them, they make things more interesting and fun.
Forum: No-Limit Hold'em Ring Games Oct 04, 2005, 8:17pm
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Posted By Dougikins
Wrong. You have about a 4:1 chance of hitting...

Wrong. You have about a 4:1 chance of hitting with one card, like you said. Then, you again have a 4:1 chance, approximately. Therefore, you're about a 35% to win the hand. That does not equal 3:1.
Forum: No-Limit Hold'em Ring Games Sep 30, 2005, 3:57pm
Replies: 43
Views: 5,493
Posted By Dougikins
This is getting fun. :D Here's what I know...

This is getting fun. :D

Here's what I know about flush draws. To try to hit your flush with 1 card, it's 4:1 against. But if you are able to see both the turn and river, it's 2:1. I didn't realize...
Forum: No-Limit Hold'em Ring Games Sep 30, 2005, 6:35am
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Posted By Dougikins
Correct me if I'm wrong (because you're one of...

Correct me if I'm wrong (because you're one of the best players on here), but to hit it on one street, it's a little over 4:1 against, yes?
Forum: No-Limit Hold'em Ring Games Sep 30, 2005, 5:53am
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Posted By Dougikins
You didn't call his raise, however, you pushed...

You didn't call his raise, however, you pushed all-in, which kind of goes beyond a pot odds thing. Pot odds is normally how much you have to CALL to win X. So, therefore, if you had called there, it...
Forum: No-Limit Hold'em Ring Games Sep 29, 2005, 11:24pm
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Views: 5,493
Posted By Dougikins
Remember, hitting your flush is 4-1 against on...

Remember, hitting your flush is 4-1 against on the turn, and 4-1 against on the river. If you could see both cards for one bet, then it becomes a 2-1 against, justifying your call. However, you had...
Forum: No-Limit Hold'em Ring Games Sep 29, 2005, 7:56pm
Replies: 43
Views: 5,493
Posted By Dougikins
I'm fine with the flop bet to define where your...

I'm fine with the flop bet to define where your hands stands, but my problem is ... you asked the question, but didn't listen to the question. Two players told you that you were beat and they were...
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