Hey guys! Welcome to this hand history review video where I count down through my TOP 5 pots played recently at the high stakes PLO games. Hand #5 (00:00:24) I have 9475 double suited on the Button and Hey guys! Welcome to this hand history review video where I count down through my TOP 5 pots played recently at the high stakes PLO games.
Hand #5 (00:00:24)
I have 9475 double suited on the Button and flat a Middle Position open. The Big Blind three bet squeezes.
Now, the original raiser four bets effectively putting over half his stack in the pot. This might seem like a bad spot but versus these ranges we should be pretty happy as they are very likely to have high card or high paired hands like Aces.
If that is the case, our equity preflop can be pretty good in a three-way pot. We cold-call versus the four-bet and call off after the big blind and MP player get it in against double suited AAJ8 and double suited AKKJ.
The pot is $5,4k and the board runs out 874r, 6, 3 to ship us the pot!
Hand #4 (00:02:19)
In this hand I am playing heads-up over 100bbs deep and three bet QQ33ss preflop. My opponent four bets and, being deeper than normal, I have a standard call.
The flop is JT6r with an SPR of 2.8. To my surprise, my opponent decided to check back the flop. The turn is the three of clubs, giving me bottom set.
I bet out full pot and my opponent shoves with AAJ2 with the turned nut flush draw. The river is the 2 of spades and we ship the $6,8k pot.
Hand #3 (00:04:11)
I have J9T8 double-suited in the big blind and we are playing three handed 10/20 PLO with stacks over 100 blinds.
The button opens, gets three-bet by the SB, and we cold four-bet with our double-suited hand.
The BTN cold calls versus the four bet, probably with some kind of rundown. My hand plays better heads-up than three-way so I am not as happy as if he had folded.
The small blind suprisingly folds and we see the flop with a stack to pot ratio of 1.5.
We get it in on a J45r flop versus the button's 6789ss and I ship the $6,3k pot.
Hand #2 (00:06:00)
I am in the big blind with AA52 single suited, slightly over 150 big blinds deep versus the button at a three-handed game. I three-bet preflop and my opponent calls.
The flop is AcQsc9, a great board for my three-betting range. I make a continuation bet and the button calls.
The turn is the 7s, bringing a possible backdoor flush draw. At this point, the stack to pot ratio (SPR) is 2,7. The river is very likely to bring a texture shift that is favorable for my opponent.
I would rather the turn go check-check and play a smaller river scenario or induce a bet from out opponent and get all our money in correctly on the turn.
In this hand, we go for a check and our opponent bets big and calls off versus a check-shove with a flopped set of nines to ship a $6,5k pot.
Hand #1 (00:07:58)
I open the cutoff with KQJ2 double suited, the SB flats and the 50 big blind stack in the BB squeezes. We both call preflop.
The flop is T93r. The SB checks, the BB shoves for almost a pot sized bet and we call. The small blind then raises all-in and we call with our 13-card nut wrap draw.
The money goes in for a $9k pot, we turn a backdoor flush draw on the 6 of diamonds, and hit our flush on the 4 of diamonds. Unfortunately, the small blind holds the King high flush and we get none of the pot.
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