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    PokerOwned Veteran PursuitofPlay's Avatar
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    All in on a straight draw

    When is it acceptable to go all in on a straight draw? The odds for the turn and river combined on a gutshot is 16.47% and an open ended is 31.45%, 4 and 8 outs respectively. Would you call an all in for your respectably sized stack on a straight draw from the flop?

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    hard to say but as often as people do it you would think it comes everytime

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    only a true donk knows the way of the donk ways...

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    never call your tourny life without a made hand unless your severely short and it very late in the tournament, or its like a royal draw and you got two over plus the flush....

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    probably wouldnt make the call but may make the bet...lol

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    Maybe only if I where to have a flush draw as well are short stacked late, other then that folding like 85-90% of the time.

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    I wouldnt on a gut shot. But on a open end, it depends on stack size and what you think other person has. Maybe with an over and backdr flush draw.

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    Looks like the responders here have the right idea. I think it's absolutely moronic but I'm faced with the situation often and it seems like more often that not they make the straight.

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    Open ended with two overs to the board would be one of the only times its profitable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jrs015 View Post
    Open ended with two overs to the board would be one of the only times its profitable.
    Good post, two overs would double your outs.

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