Live, raise EP 66, 4-6 callers, flop=347
I'm really edgy with some of details of this hand. I was UTG+1/2 with about 45BB; I raised 8BB over one very weak, loose limper.
I had a bunch of callers, 4-6. This amount of calling was fairly standard at this table, they like to see the flop with lots of garbage, regardless if there was a raise. The flop was, 347 rainbow. Figuring to have the best hand, I put in a decent sized bet for value and protection.
I got one caller from a loose spastic player. He didn't seem to slow play his big hands preflop, rather came out with big raises. He did one very speculative play; a player did a decentish size raise pre and he came over the top with a shove, giving his opponent about 2.5:1 to call, our villian had J8s... He limped a lot of hands pre but was fairly passive most of the time. I raised 8BB a few times in the last few orbits and I think it was annoying the limpers. This player in particular limped UTG and openly told me that he was getting pissed of with this "8BB crap", he was considering reraising me with 55. He called instead and c/f on a AKx flop
Back to the hand. The turn was a 3. He checked and I bet again. He then shoved over the top, giving me about 1.7:1 to call. He seen me count the chips in the pot and when I asked him what he had he replied, "you havn't got the best hand, nor the odds
so fold" something like that. Basically he seem to be trying to convince me to fold in a friendly matter.
If I've left out something please let me know!