This is a discussion on What a bad Aces! within the online poker forums, in the Tournament Poker section; I was playing in a live tournament with a lot of calling stations and I got AA in the button, I had about 25K chips
I was playing in a live tournament with a lot of calling stations and I got AA in the button, I had about 25K chips and all players had about the same, blinds was in 100/200. UTG limps, MP1 Limps, MP2 Limps, I am in the button, I raise to 2200, SB calls(Villain), BB calls, MP2 Calls.
The river card is blank, because it is not needed to calculate the odds. You already know the outcome. This tool is just for pre-flop, post-flop, and post-turn odds.
One bit of information missing is the cards in the BB hand. Evidently, they mucked and you don't know what there were. Retry the simulation and pick any two cards to throw into the BB hand. Now look at the odds, they should be different. Try different scenarios for the BB.
The takeaway for this tool it help you analyze any given hand after its been played.
In the hand that you played raising preflop 11BB was sound. Unfortunately, you had two other yahoos follow you into the hand -- and one of them loves his suited connectors (make a note on him).
Post-flop, it is now a coin flip, if you account for the BB cards. Pushing all-in may not have been a good choice. Maybe 25BB and watch the blinds. If they call, you can put them on a Queen or if you suspected, a flush draw fish.
The spade on the turn is nasty, the only thing that can save you now is a spade on the river. What was that river card anyway?
Poker recreationalist since 2006.
You got out flopped, sucks but happens every day. AA is still just a pair. I don't see how you could have played it different, when you get into calling stations they are going to win sometimes (actually 1 out of 5 times). Just let it go and know this re-enforces their bad play so they will keep paying you in the future.
I think you are seeing things. That is a Queen of Spades in the villain hand.
I believe you have misinterpreted what he was looking at.
He saw 3 separate snap-shots of the same hand and confused it as three different hands instead of understanding that the picture was showing the progression of the odds of winning or losing on each street.
Don't Hate da Player...... Hate da Loss ......
well limp/no limp, station/no station you overplayed your AA(maybe a shove PRF would be a better move).
despite Q being the most wanted "to be seen card", most of the flushes call here beacuse on this board you most of the times сbet representing a Q or a flush dro as PRF raiser, so when comes turn showing here is a so-so move, as "limp-call" Q can fold and high Q will likely reaise (unles Kqs but than agai... the flush dro) flushes mostly will call PRF beacuse of odds... well GG any way, right? =) hope youu run better next time