Qh8h chances pre flop was almost the same as KK, after the flop his chance raise a little and get 3,5 times bigger than KK. I just think a terrible call after flop, but he got 4 jacks and two hearts to win, the jack came.
Hello!! I think that Q8s played the tournament in a disinterested way and was very lucky, you could get to see the turn against a relatively profitable bet, but it does not make sense to play that way. I've only done it when I'm tired and frustrated with intentions of being eliminated haha.
I liked reading the comments before giving my opinion, and the truth is that I agree with some, bad hands very often beat premium hands on PokerStars, if we analyze the play, AA and KK already have a three of a kind in hand, The Q8 He is going to see if he gets something with which he can win, he has absolutely nothing more than a probability in hand, he has no pair, double pair, aces, absolutely nothing, however he goes all in because he knows that luck plays a fundamental role in the game, it seems to me and without wanting to disrespect anyone, that this play is fine if you are not going to lose all your chips and want to try your luck, but if you actually saw the flop you are going to run out of chips and throw yourself away just to be curious and know what is going to happen, it is risky and somewhat stupid, I imagine that the other two players died of anger at having been eliminated by a simple Q and by the river that does it over and over again, PS players are more than used to seeing how the river destroys dreams even of the best players, luck or not? That I think we will never know. Regards.
Q8 was a horrible call after the flop in my book. 4 cards to catch are just bad odds. I am an odds players regardless of the tendencies of a poker site. I think this result is just a "lucky" reward for bad play and that is all. I would push all-in with trip aces the majority of the time and probably call with trip kings too.