Originally Posted by Bombjack
Hands like KQ, QJ and 66 are totally possible.
If you don't get how ridiculously unlikely he is to overcall out of position for a large portion of his stack
, with a usually-dominated-even-on-the-33%-chance-it-hits KQ or QJ when there are other players to act who can re-raise him out of the pot, then there's no sense of me trying to make points with you. it's just so mindblowingly awful. this isnt micro-limits, yo. and there's no read involved that the guy is completely terrible. all you can do in poker is put your opponent on a range that makes any kind of sense, and play against it. imo, KQ and QJ should not be a remote consideration. if you don't agree with me on that basic of a point, we're not going to agree on the rest of the hand, but that's the beauty of poker
edit: wait, "getting 6:1 on a call to see a flop from position"? dude, you've read the hand wrong. read it over again. it's the big blind, not the button. and he overcalled a reraise preflop.