December 9, 2022

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I Went BROKE In A Limped Pot. Bad Play?

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Does the old poker adage "never go broke in a limped pot" still apply in today’s games? Let’s analyze a poker hand where I got it all-in postflop with a straight and see if piling so many big blinds into a limped pot was actually profitable.

In this video, James "SplitSuit" Sweeney breaks down a hand from VLOG #7 with a "small blind special." After flopping the second-nuts on a KQT flop and getting some action, decisions have to be made when the runout doesn’t quite cooperate. Concepts include pot odds, EV, hero calling, facing an all-in, and overall nutted range advantage in a limped pot.

0:00 Good Morning
0:27 Limping Preflop
0:43 Flopping A Straight With J9
3:14 River Play
4:33 Analyzing The River All-In
10:35 Going Broke Results
10:46 Conclusion

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