Intresting post and no u didint really do any thing wrong,when the money whent in you where miles ahead and in a game witch is partly based on the luck of the draw thats all u can do.
I exually play those 3.30 ko on fultilt alot and based on that u had 36k u where down to what 15-25 players? And based on that the super LAG KO double stack syndrom is slowing down right about now and people starting to get in to more of a steal my way to the final table mode, that weak min-raise could easaly be an weak steal attempt.
And even after we know where agains KK your stil geting the odds
to call with the preflop odds of 4.5-1 and the fact your 22.9% to bust KKorAA
Originally Posted by Dr_Dick
Interesting...given the range (low pp or A4s-A9s), I would think a check-raise of x2 pot would fold out most opponents on that flop. Maybe you disagree?
Thats a good quistion if he whould just flat callt the flop bet there is not a lot of hands in vilians range that whould call a turn bet from him if he whould have used a stop an go strategy here coz the call with a pair on board will slow most hands down, a check on the turn will just lead most hands to check behind him and then fold to an small river bet.
Then there is also the fact there are two to the flush on the board.
On a board like that there is not a lot of hands that will pay the sixes here.