$100 NLHE Full Ring: Should I have folded Trip Aces?
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Playing $.50/$1 NL Full table of 9 at Ignition
. No HUD stats on anyone but most people were playing fairly tight/aggressive.
-Im UTG+2 (SS - $158) and everyone folds to me. I have As2s & I raise to make it $3 total.
-Everyone folds until the CO (SS - $94) calls.
-Pot Size ($7)
-I open with a $4 bet
-Villain raises to $10.75
-Pot Size (~$28.50)
-Villain bets $20.33
-I raise to make is $45.66 total ($25.33 more)
-Villain raises to make it $70.99 total ($25.33 more)
-I raise to make it $80.93 and put him all in ($9.94 more)
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VILLAIN'S CARDS POSTED BELOW MY QUESTION
Should I have laid it down after he re-raised me on the the Turn?
-I had a gut feeling he was on A 7 after he raised me on the flop, but could just be a flush draw too so went with it.
-Checking on turn I figured he'd fire another bullet (which he did). If he only has a flush draw you'd assume he folds after I check/raise him. Instead he re-raises me and this is where I figured I was beat but just couldn't bring myself to laying it down.
Thanks everyone for the feedback!