Originally Posted by manu994
In my opinion, what you did was correct... no doubt he would have beaten your aces, maybe he flopped a flush, maybe trips... what Im pretty sure Is that he didnt betted that much in tens or some of that stuff... you would have to include some context too, because people play different according to the buy-in of what your playing.
Thats just not correct.
The key point here is that by calling a single pot sized raise we are all in (or virtually)
If we assign a range of the following
Akh - A2h, KQh-K9h, QJh -Q9h, JTh -J9h
All suited heart connectors T9s-32s
So far the range is entirely Made flushes
66-99 (66,77and 99 are sets) 88 is an OESD
AK-AJ where the Ace is a heart
KQo where either the K or Q is a heart.
One or two flush draw hands
J6o One bluff
Against that range we have 34% equity and we require 33% to continue.
We can be shown a better hand 66% of the time and still show a profit by calling.
66,AhKh,AcQc,AhQh,AhJh,AhTh,Ah9h,Ah8h,Ac7c,Ad7d,Ah 7h,Ah6h,Ah5h,Ah4h,Ah3h,Ad2d,Ah2h,KhQh,KhJh,KhTh,Kh 9h,QhJh,QdTd,QhTh,Qh9h,JhTh,Jh9h,Th9h,Th8h,9h8h,9h 7h,8h7h,8h6h,7h6h,7h5h,6c5c,6h5h,6c4c,6h4h,5h4h,5h 3h,4h3h,4h2h,3h2h,AhKd,AhQd,AhJc,AhJd,KcQh,KdQh,Kh Qc,KhQd,KhQs,KsQh,J6o
Put that range into pokerstove and have a look for yourself.
I agree that you will see the nuts a lot, but the pot odds
commit you to calling.