Originally Posted by kevkojak
He made a terrible move. K2 isn't a raising hand unless he wants to steal the pre-flop bets with a strong bluff.
It was AKo not K2.
Answer. I don't know about the Donkey part, but both of you showed your inexperience. I assume he bet 80 not 60 as a min raise would have been 40.If he's going to raise HU he needs to bet 3-4x the minimum, which in this case should have been 120+. His flop bet was rediculous even with the possible FD. Obviously he was afraid of being drawn out on even though he had absolutely no reason to believe you had any kind of a draw. (we know you did though) With top 2 HU, you WANT a call from drawing hands. That's where you make your hay. 100-120 would have been a good amount.
Now to you. What were you thinking shoving that flop? That was pretty bad. You were way behind even bottom pair. Did you think he'd fold? He's the one who showed strength preflop not you. No preflop raise, no credit for a strong hand. Eitherway, this was not the hand to semi bluff on. Considering his preflop raise this is exactly the kind of flop which would have connected with a mojority of the time.
Inexperienced players tend to blow bad beats way out of proportion. His calling you a Donkey was just a case of sour grapes. A better player would have shrugged it off and gone on to the next hand or tournament. Still you didn't outplay him, you got lucky. Winning a hand like that can be a huge setback to any novice player. Because it worked out favorably for you this time you may be inclined to make this play in the future. Don't!
I suggest you find a decent Hold'em outs chart and memorize it. The correct play in this hand was to fold to his rediculous flop bet.