Originally Posted by WVHillbilly
I think it's safe to assume we're beat. It's such a dry board that getting any action at all is bad. What range of hands not including a 10 or a pp that just made a FH would you put our TWO opponents on here that make them keep throwing their $$ in the middle? We may have on of them covered but we're losing this hand more often than not.
First off remember these are unknown players. We have no idea how loose/tight/good/bad they are.
Secondly, I think you will see fairly often any of the following hands here: AsKs, AsQs, AsJs, QQ, JJ, 99, 88... other Ax of spades hands (particular A7).
Less common but you could still see something like 89 (esp if it's spades) here.
Wouldn't surprise me at ALL if you are up against any random 2 of these hands. Say we have one pretty weak player and one tight.. Tight guy has QQ and the lose guy has an AJ for the flush draw. Hardly improbable.
Doesn't mean you aren't up against T-x, 77 or 22 but I certainly don't think you can say with any amount of certainty that you are definitely up against one of those.
The one thing that I think will happen here is this. We will see bigger bets on the river IF there is a ten or a boat. If there isn't.. we could see another round of small bets again and/or a check down...