Originally Posted by luckyhearts
I would have shoved the flop. I suck, lol
Shoving the flop is definitely not a bad answer. I didn’t think about this in real-time and only thought about that fact in hindsight. Then again, in this case, that nearly certainly would have worked out far worse.
Originally Posted by doomasiggy
Snap call imo. Getting excellent pot odds
with the sd+fd. Plus I think he jams here as a steal.
It wasn’t a steal but you’re not far off!
So I had
flop and I did snap call all-in – in fact I called so fast I almost got whiplash!
The SB flipped over
The turn was the
and quite frankly I don’t remember what the river was nor do I care! The pot was somewhere around $2.1 Million of the $4.1 Million in play; it took the dealer a solid 5 minutes to count the stacks out and pay me – so that was kind of fun!
Anyway I received a tongue lashing from my aggressive foe about how he “couldn’t believe I called all my chips off on a draw”. I immediately blew him off, maybe he’s just a sore loser, looking back on it he might see things more from my point of view – maybe, but who knows!
The next hand I was dealt
I mainly just wanted to see if anyone had a problem with this hand, obviously if the flop were
it would be a no-brainer, but in hindsight I have reflected on it and wondered if I should have tempered my call there; maybe given the situation a little more thought, but in the end I don’t think I’m good enough to fold that hand, with that draw, in that situation. There is just no way to get away from that – is there? So I don’t know how he could be upset, he would’ve done the same thing.