re: Poker & $2 NLHE Full Ring: AA2 flop
Probably an Ace, but at micro stakes the blinds will defend with just about anything. If SB has 4c3c he's actually got 4:1 odds
on the flop for the straight or flush. Your .20 bet with MP1 calling gave him 3:1 pot odds
. It would not be a technically correct call for him, but also not an unlikely one either. In both cases (4c3c or Ax) he's going to be check/calling all of your bets.
That said he could also have been hanging around with a big pair. JJ or KK have you beat too. It's really not correct for him to be calling, but at micro stakes with the stack discrepancy (see below) you're going to be getting a lot of callers with most big pairs.
Personally, i'd have shut down after getting two callers on the flop.
However, the big thing to take away from this hand is that you started as the short (1/2 X) stack while SB started as the big (2X) stack. You're in a really bad position to be taken seriously with that sort of discrepancy. Your bets will get much more attention if you keep your stack size to the maximum (in this case $2) before each hand.