Best hand vs Draw......what to do?
This type of situation has happened to me several times and I'm not sure how to handle it.
Very early in a tournament blinds at 15/30 and chip stacks are between 1100 and 1700. I get Ah 10c in middle position and raise to 90. Very loose aggressive player (went all in preflop earlier, didn't get called and showed 7 2 off suit) calls from the button and the big blind calls. The flop is As 10h 7s. I raise to 285 (size of the pot) the button goes all in and the big blind folds.
Given what I know about him I assume he is on a flush draw. What do I do?
I KNOW I have the best hand but he has 2 shots at hitting his flush. In my past experience (I've only been playing a couple months) people ALWAYS hit their flush draws in this situation. Not almost always, but EVERY time so far.
Do I let this guy push me off my hand? I don't know much about pot odds
and % chance for this guy to hit the flush. Seems stupid to fold. but I'm risking the whole tournament very early on. Isn't that a stupid play on his part? Should I have bet more after the flop. Less after the flop? How should it be handled?
FYI I called and he showed Js 4s. The Q of spades came on the turn and ended my tourney.