Birdman... he's obviously *not* talking about tournament play. It's cash and he's playing a full stack so his bankroll to blinds ratio is much greater than it will be late in a tourney when the blinds are higher.
As for him playing J/J just right... he stacked off with one pair (granted, an overpair, but the worst possible overpair) to an early raiser when he had a full stack. He's going to lose a chunk there, but losing it all wasn't necessary.
Originally Posted by spiderman637
He calls and takes it with QQ.
There's no reason to shove that river unless you think you're able to bluff him off an overpair there... which is not
What is a guy opening with in early position, and calling you down with, that you can beat? I'd have guessed he had Vowels. (I think he played Queens poorly, unless he thought you'd stack off every time there.)
On the river I check for sure, and call his small value bet or fold to his shove.
...and calling a small bet by him on the river is probably a bad move. If he's nitty I just check/fold the river. If he's been clingy to his hands, I make call the small value bet and then yell at myself that I should have known better.