Should I have been able to fold my QQ?
I'm afraid that I don't have the hand history readily available, but this is a basic enough question that my description should suffice.
I have a small question regarding a hand I had in a FR 0.10/0.20 Fixed Limit game:
I raised QQ pre-flop in position and had two callers (BB and MP I think, but it doesn't really matter)
The flop came 3 T T
The two callers checked to me and I bet
One player folded, the other check-raised
I went into calldown mode and called him all the way to the showdown (he bet both the turn and the river which were both low rags)
I knew he had a ten, and sure enough he ended up showing me down with KTo
My question is should I have folded the flop, or at worst folded when the turn didn't show a Q, knowing that I was beat and only had 2 outs? I most definitely wasn't getting the pot odds
to call, but found it so hard to lay down a big overpair, even on a paired board. My implied odds may have been decent, but I'm thinking still probably not good enough to justify calling it all the way down.