Originally Posted by jmasterrich
From the info you gave tho you didn't play this badly at all, in fact depending on your stack size a call on the flop might even be the right play, float him and then see how he acts on the turn because if he does check .....
Why float him here? because you can??
lets face it, the C-better here is likely floating himself anyway, but the hands he does this with have equity against 33.
If he has hit this flop, he wont fold as its something like A9 A7 TT 88 or the nut or second nut FD.
From the action thus far, you cant remove those kinds of hands.
His unmade hands will stil call the turn.
THe issue here is that the poster has a weak range (noone with a strong range is limp calling a small PP in late position, calling an OOP raise and then getting stumped on the flop.
When your range is strong, players resect your calls and raises, when your range is weak they do not... and why not, because 70% of the time you have nothing and are reluctant to play a big pot.
So how is this hand played well to the point on the flop???