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Crush Live PLO Podcast No. 53: River Bluff Spots

CLP_CraigCLP_Craig Posts: 774Administrator
edited October 2018 in Crush Live PLO podcast
TerpHimself goes over different river bluff spots, and how to steal pots away by leveraging a number of factors.

Episode Posts at 11 AM PST.



  • TerpHimselfTerpHimself Posts: 328Subscriber
    Posting here for the discussion regarding my decision to float the flop with AQ43ddss on 9d6s2c, then call a Jd turn, and bluff river when checked to on 7x. Thoughts on decision, sizing, did I overestimate my V's ability to fold if he's going to push all his two-pair hands?
  • drew5harkdrew5hark Posts: 579Subscriber
    edited November 2018
    Terp...in the AQ43 hand on 962..you repeatedly say you have a nut gutter to a 5 but obviously 87 is the better straight if you hit a 5...am I not understanding the thought process here?...obviously you turn the NFD so it’s quite different on the turn
  • TerpHimselfTerpHimself Posts: 328Subscriber
    Yeah @Drew5hark that's a mis-speak by me. You're correct in that my gutter is not the nuts. Listened back after the podcast posted and had a facepalm moment there. I think my thought process is compromised a bit on the flop b/c turning or rivering a 5 and then facing heat (when the obvious open ender is 87) hurts my hand a lot. I think based on the V it's OK for me to continue, but against a standard opponent I need to fold the hand. Turning the NFD does change things up quite a bit.

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