Originally Posted by MrSticker
I agree with leaving off the result unless you are asking what you did wrong. The winner's hand must be known in order to analyze how they bet versus how you bet.
I disagree vehemently. You don't get to play the hand with his cards face-up, therefore any analysis of the situation should leave out that information. The proper way to play each street when you know what he has is not really up for debate (I hope). Why discuss what we believe his range of hands are, when we KNOW what he has? Why discuss information bets when we already have the information?
Posting what the opponent actually had kills so much of the discussion that posting it to begin with has little to no value.
If I could ask for one other thing, it would be for bad beat stories to be identified in the subject line.