This is a discussion on Would you call here? within the online poker forums, in the Cash Games section; Me, I don't think so... Just when you think that you learned a hand like this one pops up -.-
There?s NO WAY He Can Call
He called the flop indicating he didn't have the Ace or was on a draw to me. He bet the turn softly indicating to me he had a 7 (which he didn't). I see people going all-in with 2 pair and if he played like he had the 7 then I would be calling for that reason. Had he checked the turn, I would have folded as I would have considered it either a trap or sticking around with a weak-ish hand like a weak Ace or even a 3.
but the one thing I never like about these hand analysis things is it never explains how the player was playing before that spot. It's like they take one hand out of an entire session and ignore the rest of the session (which is probably what he did). But I would hope I could rely more on things like, doe this guy trap a lot? Does he shove the river a lot? Does he have a tendency to be hyper aggressive, or even what I call passive-aggressive (call/small bet then shove with marginal holdings)?
But with only the info from the hand, I would have made the call and hoped for the best.