$5 NLHE 6-max: Need hand analysis of microstakes game.
Ok I can't pull up my hand history, Bovada
has the most spotty hand history, in that most of the time I can't pull it up so I will give a rough story of how my most recent all-in hand went down.
Pre-flop, I get AKo, Im in late position.
I bet up the pot, say I put in 3 big blinds.
Everyone folds except for one guy in an earlier position than me, who re-raises me another $.10, the pot is up to $.50.
My chip stack is $5 his is $3, minus whats in the pot.
I call, just because I do not consider A K to be a made hand unless I see the flop.
Flop comes out, I don't remember the exact cards so lets just say 2d,7h,Kd.
There were several hands, albeit unlikely that I saw that could beat my hand, such as pocket 2's, pocket 7's, him having 2 K's or pocket A's, and then there was the possibility he flopped two pair, or had a flush draw. I matched his all in, he shows his cards Ad,10d, a flush draw. The next 2 cards came out, neither of which were a diamond or an Ace, and I won the $6 pot (probably not impressive to most of you but Im learning the game so best to stick with small pots).
My question is, was this an incredibly risky pot, and should I have played it differently.