I raised 89s Button into his Blind he calls I recall having like $2 (.06) he calls Flop came 67J(R), He Over bet (He over bet pot .30)? Pot was .06+.06+.01=.13...I seen him do this over and over and over and Usually ends up with him rivering ppl...So what would you do here? I choose to RR .90 He Calls...So Turn is an 8 and he shoves A.I (lol), I was like I have to see this (I did not think a set personally), so I called and he shows AA, how the **** was I supposed to know he had AA pre
, I swear I was Chocked[image: http://img2.cardschat.com/images/smilies/eek.gif] ...I ended up leaving the table personally..
This is what i meant by dont do anything stupid, i ahd the same exact thng happen to me with combo straight/flush draw with a pair. I hate getting it in with a draw, even a powerful one like str8tflsh draw w/ pair. I cant blame you for the call but still think about it. Rule #1: dont allow the maniac to get to you, there always there so you have to figure out how to play em. I bet once you learn how to deal with maniacs you will be up alot on this opponent over the long haul.