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  • Flopped Flush with Doyle Brunson Hand in Big Blind Special

    I was at the casino early on this holiday morning, before the 2/5 cash games were open. I started with 1/3, where the majority of the table limps and calls small to medium sized raises with nonsense. In one hand, with $250 in stack, I checked my BB option with Th2h facing 3 limpers in position and one in the SB. Pot $15.

    Flop AhQh8h. After the SB checked, I bet $10. The first limper, a 2/5 regular, raised to $30. Everyone else folded. I raised to $80. He called. Pot $175. I thought he either had 2-pair with A8 or Q8 (would have raised preflop with AA, QQ, 88, AQ), or had a single higher heart in his hand.

    Turn 7d. I jammed my last $170. I was going to easily jam any non-heart turn that does not pair the board. He snap-called and showed Kh7h.

    Would it have been better to just call his $30 raise on the flop to keep in some of his bluffs and weaker value hands? I may have done that if IP. When OOP, I like to get it all in early so that Villain does not float me.
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