7 hands later
True, your right iplay. I figured he might have been open ended post flop, then got there on the turn. I ended up calling which doubled me up, he had like ace rag something like that, complete air. The guy got sooo steamy afterwards.
Then like 7 hands later I played another pot with the same guy,
$1-2nl cash game
Hero UTG($330) calls $2, 4h 6h
Button calls, SB calls, BB checks.
Flop: 8d 6s 4s
I open for $10, button 3bets to $35 (same dude)
Folded around to me which I call.
Turn: Jc (pot $90)
I check, he raises to $50, I 3bet here to $120, he tanks for a little bit then reshoves $220. I put him on a flush draw, possible straight, if it is a straight I guess I'm paying that off right? I also think he is steaming since I stuck him earlier. So I decide to call. Was this pretty standard? Should have I played it any differently? I'm thinking pot control but how when you have someone raising like this.. How do you combat loose agressive play, just keep calling and let them hang themselves right? At least that's how I see it.
This happened to me yesterday at a live game, south Florida
coconut creek casino