Originally Posted by robwhufc
He's playing heads up. If the stack sizes are correct he's HUGELY short stacked (i dont think they can be right), but i think he made a perfect play here - bet enough for a call, then follow up post flop (regardless of flop really) and take down double what he would have done.
And "min raises are yucky?". Where did you get that saying from?
I made it up on the fly, I'm good like that. Ok, so I guess I didn't see how big he was short-stacked, but 'eh.. I still don't like the min-raise. At micro's it says "hey, i'm a donkey".. at higher limits it says "hey, i just hit a monster".
In this case there is 11,200 in the pot when he raised 1600. Raise is pointless there really, you're not gonna win much more. Raise it up to 5-10k, the guy is a huge stack and is betting into you. He'll most likely pay you off here if he's got a good enough hand to be value-betting the river.
Actually I just looked the hand over again and after calling the bet on the river you have 5520 left. Definitely re-raise all-in, the guy will definitely call you down in case you're bluffing with the size of his stack