Originally Posted by smihailov
From his play preflop it was obvious that he had a pocket. First I thought AA or KK. After moving all-in behind your re-raise the possible pocket was 10 10, otherwise he would just call. The other thing is that he didn`t play the hand with his cards but with putting you on pressure to fold. And you should give up at this time, because you still had a nice stack and there were many outs that you would loose (the flush of course was most unlikely).
You say he has pockets, then that he has many outs. These two things are inconsistent.
With any pair lower than 99, what outs can he have?
With TT, he's not the one needing outs.
With an overpair, what outs can he have?
If his range is pockets, there's no way you should even consider folding.