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Posted on Feb 8th 2008  -  Subject: New Topic...hmmm....flushes
How many of you would stay to the river with 2 hearts in your hand and 2 turned up ???
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Posted on Feb 11th 2008
Depends on what the preflop actions were, how many people in the hand, position and the cost to see the cards.  Also depends on what kind of read I have on the table.
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Posted on Feb 11th 2008
Too many people, and usually not for the right odds. Fortunately most of the time I get paid off, the rest of the time I throw my keyboard through my monitor :)
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Posted on Feb 18th 2008
Know the feeling all to well Dingus, don't put the keyboard through the monitor anymore, but there have been times. 
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Posted on Feb 18th 2008
 depends on the number of people involved and the pot size, limit vs nolimit. if i have  a nutflush draw for example and there are 3-4 players all minimum bets all around i will stay in. allin in cash game i would muck it, unless the other guy was tilting or almost busted out and desperate for chips. tournies are about survival, if you have it covered and the call will not cripple your stack, i would seriously consider chasing a nut flush to the river to eliminate another opponent. you can sit back and wait for good cards and play abc poker and win last place money in any tournament, play smart, stay away from all-ins without made hands. to win i think there are going to be calls like this call/fold gambles that will always come up. experience is about the only way to make these kinds of calls consistantly in your favor.
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Posted on Feb 19th 2008
i w8 for that all time i love flush lol
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Posted on Feb 20th 2008
Yes i've been suckout of tournaments by flush on the river to many times  ,and dont even get me started whith cash games ...
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Posted on Feb 20th 2008
depends on the odds.  If you have 2 overcards and the nut/high flush draw, then will definately want to see the turn.  Depends on how much is being bet.
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Posted on Mar 8th 2008
depends on how much it will cost to how much is in the pot
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Posted on Mar 9th 2008
only if pot odds are  good your  odds of turning a flush on the river are 16% so you need to get 6 to 1 at least to call if you have 2 over card or str8 possibilities odds are a bit bettr
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Posted on Mar 15th 2008  -  Subject: Flush Draw
I see people draw to flushes all the time, and if I am in the hand with a made hand I will always make them pay to draw - sadly a lot of the time they get lucky but at least i know i will win in the long run!
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Posted on Mar 21st 2008
Sorry about last post - dont know what happened there!
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Posted on Apr 3rd 2008  -  Subject: flushes
last 2 nights in 1.00 freezeout 90% all ins were people trying for flush draws 60% they won.
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Posted on Apr 5th 2008  -  Subject: h
simply is it not lol? odds are their? are you calling the turn if you miss? what do you beat ie they have top pair or u think they have set? simply an odds call or fold but rember if not the nut draw your 'odds' and ACTUAL odds are very different !¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†  dududu nakamura dududu
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Posted on Apr 14th 2008
Too many people, and usually not for the right odds.¬†Fortunately most of the time I get paid off, the rest of the time I throw my keyboard through my monitor :) Thats for shure , your damm rigth.
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