Originally Posted by NCDaddy
5 of 7 in chips.....probably an easy call there not knowing stack size, opponent possible shove range, blind level, pay scale, etc.
Yeah , as NCDaddy said , in that case things were much easier cause you were 5 out of 7 , so you were going to double your stack . Personally , I hate QQ , but if it's a case like this , easy call .
And yes , you are right , many times we see KKvAA, QQvAJ , etc and we lose , you can't really do anything about it , you keep on playing online . I remember sb on a thread saying because of these ''unlucky'' results that he felt were not close to the real statistical odds
, even with AA , he was saying he wasn't winning 80% with AA but much less , on coin flips the odds were less than what they shoul be , he prefered folding even AA on the bubble to make it in the money (can't remember if he said that for the pre FT bubble as well ) . And his tournament results were very good . I , personally , try to see the flop with QQ and KK , but if I have to call all in or shove , my stack , compared to the other's and average , is what I take into consideration (and with QQ only I want-position ) .