- May 21, 2015
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Forget the previous situation. Maybe he had a bad beat of AA x A2, the important thing is the situation.As others have said, my main thought would be “please make a T to give me a sequence”. On a more serious note, with less than 10BB in effect, the SB must open the jam from any hand that isn't electronic waste, and QJ certainly isn't garbage. AK then has to call, so even if SB did the “correct” part, that situation would still happen. And for the player with AK it's more important to focus, because he was so low that he was at risk when that situation happened. Maybe he was unlucky, but it's also possible that he was playing hard until that hand and losing winning points because he was overly focused on not blowing up. And so that's the problem, instead of losing with AK to QJ in the final hand.
The SB is a CS player, so if he opens mine raise... regardless of any situation, he will call.