re: Poker & Good basic strategy
Completely agree with dalvinius.
If you're properly rolled for whatever level you're playing, suckouts like you're describing are a blessing. That's evidence that players at that level are playing in a way which you are actively exploiting.
If you're saying JT got in with you preflop, I don't even know what limit that is, so also there's this. You need to be honest with what you're calling a suckout. One of my close friends would tell me how 87 beat his KK/AA and how he was "supposed" to win. Then when I ask about it, the actual hand was played out in such a way I'm looking at him saying how'd you do that to yourself? Point is don't BS yourself, embrace your mistakes and learn from them.
But no need to tilt, like I said take it as a glowing beacon that you're in s profitable game, reload, and make better decisions than your opponents.