Originally Posted by BlackRain79
I just don't really even consider it to be important to be honest. If he hit he hit. I also make it 20c preflop. There is just no way that a 60bb stack can win in the long run versus me here when played like this. I make a plan for the hand and go with it. AA versus a short stack is just all in all day.
This is horrible reasoning.
Basically someone has less than 100bbs we should never fold AA regardless of what comes down, villains range, villains aggression? Like were do you draw the line with this rule of yours? 80bb? 70?
Making an inflexible plan to commit regardless of how the cards come down, the player type,our relative hand strength and the betting patterns is awful. Its fish pshycology "I have aces/toppair if I am beat postflop I was just unlucky"
Overpairs, even AA need to be folded at times.