This is a discussion on What makes the villain keep trusting As within the online poker forums, in the Tournament Poker section; I know it wasn't the correct move to get in the hand with 63 but what happens to the shovar villain's head on the turn?
No clue, nice hand & what is wrong with the way you played the hand?
August 16th, 2019, 1:30 AM
Join Date: Mar 2017
He probably put you on J-9 J-10 or 9-10. Kinda dumb tho because the flush draw is just as real in that situation. U were against a Jackal, hyper-aggressive opponent. He way overplayed his hand.
August 16th, 2019, 2:34 AM
Join Date: Sep 2017
Online Poker at: ACR
This Spin, and HU. So, call 63s - more than normal. Strangely only that why he did not put all-in right on the flop. Or raise on the flop and all-in on the turn.
August 19th, 2019, 12:35 PM
Join Date: Mar 2014
Why think that he was forced to put on all the chips. Print the money further, friend
August 19th, 2019, 2:00 PM
Join Date: Sep 2018
Online Poker at: Pokerstars
re: Poker & What makes the villain keep trusting As
limping 63s is fine, but you should fold to his 6x raise for ~16% of your stack
in heads up any Ace has a good Showdown value, so his Play is not the worst
August 20th, 2019, 9:42 PM
Join Date: Oct 2008
As you stated you should fold pre-flop.
If you don't hit as good as you did it's hard to defend almost any boards with 6,3. Even when you hit you can be beaten (even if it is less chance for that HU with short stacks).
I think he picked the wrong starting hand to bluff with. If he had the ace of hearts it would take the nut flush away from you and would have been a semi-bluff on turn instead of a pure bluff. An ace is often good to check down HU so he could have bluffed with worse hands or a draw instead.
So both check or bet the the flop is fine from villain. You almost don't have the odds to call with your low flush draw. But once you do call the only hands he can bluff you off is probably better aces and pairs lower than a queen. Maybe a bad queen also? I would have checked the turn myself most off the time.