Well, here's the dramatic conclusion to the hand. (Probably not a huge surprise here)....
River: ($4.62, 2 players)
Hero bets $2.97 and is all-in
calls $2.72 and is all-in
shows Q[image: http://forumserver.twoplustwo.com/images/smilies/spade.gif] Q[image: http://forumserver.twoplustwo.com/images/smilies/heart.gif] (Two Pair, Queens and Eights)
shows 9[image: http://forumserver.twoplustwo.com/images/smilies/heart.gif] K[image: http://forumserver.twoplustwo.com/images/smilies/heart.gif] (Straight, Ten High)
Ok so first off, I think
the villain made a questionable call to my PFR, but then again it wasn't a very big raise ... or maybe it was reasonable to call w/ K9s? Uuug.
On the flop I figured I'd overbet to charge him a lot to play an OESD -- which frankly, I didn't put him on. I was thinking (hoping) more like PP or maybe AXs and he made a pair. According to PokerStove, I was beating him 56% vs 44% on the flop, which really isn't great I now realize.. Of course he lucked out, got his straight on the turn, called me, and let me dig my own hole when I idiotically shoved even though I now had a scary turn AND river card. F--k me. I think I just knew checking was probably giving up the pot.
Two questions: Was it ok to overbet the flop? And if I felt compelled to bet the turn, was betting ~2/3 of the pot showing weakness after a flop overbet?
Originally Posted by BigThingWithHolesInIt
If you ask me, villain either has a better hand than you or is an idiot. You don't spend half your stack on a straight draw, or slowplaying a lowly pair. He might be slowplaying two pair, but that would still be very risky play given the straight draw on the board.
I'm guessing that his call on the turn wasn't out of line on his part, no?
Originally Posted by bgomez89
All I can say is wtf.