thanks for the replies so far but i want to stir it up a bit.
i know it was a bad play to limp in the but i had few reasons:
1. i stole 2-3 blinds straight before this hand and i thought it will be too much.
2. i didn't want to get out of the pot because its a hand that with heavenly flop i could jump on him from the bushes
now, u can say it on every hand, true - but i was willing to risk 40k knowing that no one will even consider that i made a straight when he holds A A - which is the key to why i entered). i would have probably folded 56, 67 and 78 more readily at that spot. now some of u think - he's crazy? statistics! odds
! i know i get extremely bad odds but i will get compensated big time when i flop to it.
i m not trying to defend my play - i know i did it wrong and if i wouldn't have limped in there was no problem in the first place and it seems like everyone is going to tell me what a donk i m so lets change the subject a bit:
1. limping in is given - what would u do on the flop?
2. what's your heads up strategy? what hands r u looking for?
i will usually slowplay high pairs (only in heads up!), steal blinds with medium hands (7 and above) and look for those bloody surprises i just got busted out with
p.s. - what is IMO, IHMO and MTT????