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by Gavin Griffin |  Published: Apr 01, 2015


I was playing my usual game last night, $5-$5 blinds no-limit and this hand came up. There was a limper and the guy in the game who was giving the most action made it $35. I called from the big blind with 7 6. The limper called and we saw a flop of A-J-x rainbow. Everyone checked. The turn was a random card, putting a flush draw, not hearts, on the board and we checked to the raiser, who bet $100. I took this to mean a couple of things. First of all, considering my few hours-old history with this gentleman, I was certain that he didn’t have an ace. There was no way he was checking an ace on the flop. Secondly, I didn’t think there was much chance he had a flush draw, since the ace was out there and I think he would have bet a hand ...

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