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Le Chiffre already knows that 3 of them are aces. The probability for a fourth Ace being in play is very low. Also, as the other players hade much less money in the pot, Le Chiffre would still "win" by just beating Bond.
The chances of a fourth Ace being in play, and Bond of all people having it is even lower. The second ace comes on the river.
Until that point, LeChiffre is just playing a weak two pair poorly from a good position. The fact that none of them do and that he got beaten by an even lower-percentage hand is irrelevant.
Folding is what even a remotely experienced player would do, for the reasons OP explains. The fewer the players, the more likely players will play weaker hands, like A8.
LeChiffre had a He was mostly playing against Bond. Because obviously, you can eliminate a HUGE percentage of that Down to 4 handed, almost any ace is playable, and with Bond going all in against 2 who have gone all in, LeChiffre had to have known that Bond had at least A Typically 4 handed, he absolutely made the right play.
Very short handed like that, you would probably expect bond to have the flush. Or what the other dude had with the pocket pair. If he loses to the 5 or 6 million dollar guy, he will still gain as long as he beats Bond.
I just remembered that he had A6 on a board with AA8 possible, making it even more of a reason he should fold. LeChiffre has the 5th best hand in a hand where 3 have risked their stack.
To me, I think the important part is the fact that he has most everyone besides bond covered easily. Its not a plothole because you dont fold fullhouses.
The only time someone might consider the fold is a board of high trips while you have a pocket pair. A A A for example because the chances of someone having the 4th Ace arent totally unrealistic.
People seem to disagree, but thats absolutely true. The odds that he would be beat would be miniscule. And its not only someone having the fourth ace low chance but someone also having an 8 low chance at the same time extremely low chance.
Some many players having such ridiculous good hands at once was kinda crazy though. Plenty of people fold full houses, especially in tournament play.
By folding, LeChiffre would have had 2 players eliminated. Not only that, he was literally risking his life with a very beatable A6.
You must be joking if you say no pro player would have folded. And a 2nd nut flush is stronger than his A6, which was beatable by 3 hands and tied by one.
Your comment is an outlier, a minority voice You have to look at the whole situation. Just because you play alot of poker doesnt mean you know anything.
You suggesting that folding full houses is common makes me question your fundamental knowledge of the game. Well I did make a broad stroke statement.
There are a few situations where folding a full house is smart. Those are largely board dependant. Most of the time it is ridicules to fold a full house.
Which is why I find It laughable that the premise of this reddit post claims it to be a plothole. At best, folding a full house in that situation would be a gut call and have very little to to do with on board information.
Had he folded, he still would have had a legitimate shot at winning, though down 3 to 1. We see Bond make this very mistake earlier. He pushed all in and was called and beaten.
This time around, he did the same thing. So, does Bond have A8? Or possibly straight flush? It literally ended up killing him.
If this is true, then LeChiffre can should quite sensibly reason that Bond is likely to bluff here. Bond is likely to be bluffing here because Bond knows LeChiffre can not afford to call and lose.
If Bond bluffs, LeChiffre will fold all but the strongest hands. The most important rule here is that you do NOT "bluff" when players have gone all in with short stacks.
LeChiffre knows that Bond cannot be bluffing. What does Bond gain by bluffing? Again, ask yourself, what can Bond gain by bluffing? And the bluff would cost him an all-in.
This time, LeChiffre should have made a similar read -- i. I think I dont need to say any more than: His identity is "mathematical genius poker player.
No he played the hand correctly. Its certainly mathematically correctly played. I cant imagine any pro folding in that situation.
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