Originally Posted by Suited Frenzy
I agree but honestly w/ pkt AAs i would want the pot because they always seem to lose & winning w/ them is most important. Letting him get a chance to check though w/ a flush draw is the scary part so i would still go all in & get the pot, screw letting him get a chance just a chance to check. He checked already being he was 1st to act after the flop so why check or bet something small that he might call. I'd still choose (D) regardless of how many times i think it through.
But thing is suited, small stacks wont fold most of the time in a raised pot when they have a draw.
I mean think about it. What kind of draw could he have?
Flush? We have the ace of spades. So itd have to be King Queen of spades.
You think hes gonna call raise preflop with KQs, flop a flush draw and overcards, then fold it? Not likely.
Itd have to be jack-ten i guess (76 already hit his straight). Again, he called a 4.50 preflop with jackten (which isnt likely in 1st place), and hes pretty much hit his second dream flop, so hes not foldint that either.
So draws are 1- unlikely since we have the spades ace, and 2- not getting folded most of the time even if theyre present.
SO basically i think if he has a draw, what we bet wont matter.
It does matter however, when he doesnt have a draw, but has some kind of pair or even AK-AQ. If you bet small hell pay you off.