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Here is my last bust!! Blinds 30-60 third player calls, a am on the button with A10 raise to 160..
Big blind calls!! Flop 2,4,10 no flush draws..check, raise 120, i go all in...big blind folds, an one pays!! What do you think he had?? 3-5 and on river comes 6!! Who pays initial rase with 3-5 off suit?
 
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THAT GUY!!!!!!! It's so, so annoying, I'm sick of getting called by people like that. If we all played sensibly, it'd be so much better, these fish make playing poker absolutely enraging!!! I hate something like that and it's even worse if it tilts you.
 
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Thats why fish is so dangerous to play with because they play weird.

Hard to read and understand.
 
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Don't want to be rude and actually , because of a lack of information have to make some assumptions.
With blinds 30-60 I assume we're still pretty deepstacked.
Now, personally I would not limp with 53o.
But raising to 160 is pretty bad imo because the BB only has to call for 100 more in a 310 pot, which he does.
Player 3 now only has to call for 100 more in a 410 pot.
So actually I don't think it's that bad at all to make that call.
 
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I think he had pocket 2's or pocket 4's or possibly even pocket 10's. If he had any of those hands he absolutely made the right call.
You going all in with top pair top kicker with a deep stack is a tad optomistic in my opinion because you are unlikely to get called with a hand that is not ahead of you.
 
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You also played badly, so it makes no sense to worry about this hand because the variance increases when you play so..
 
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I agree with those who have already post, it was poorly played. In your position I would have raised it to no less than 240 preflop. You gave both the BB and limper a good price to see a flop which created this entire situation.

It is hard to know how things could have played differently postflop without additional information such as stack sizes. If you were already shortstacked his calling your all in may have been correct.

However, it all comes back to the initial preflop raise. You unfortunately created the situation.
 
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What was his stack. Was he in the blinds. I would call for the right price. Standard cooler. No biggy.
Here is my last bust!! Blinds 30-60 third player calls, a am on the button with A10 raise to 160..
Big blind calls!! Flop 2,4,10 no flush draws..check, raise 120, i go all in...big blind folds, an one pays!! What do you think he had?? 3-5 and on river comes 6!! Who pays initial rase with 3-5 off suit?
 
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It is true that you could raise a bit more preflop and not give him a good price to defend from the bb. The way the hand was played with a limper and eventually two players just flatting your raise most of the times you are ahead on the flop.
On your defense villain calling all in with 35o was terrible play by him. He should know that most of the times a 3 or 5 will be no good on the turn or river so he is only drawing to a straight. That means he has 8 outs at best, but actually he should have in mind that at least one of the players in the pot has an A that he needs so he could have only 6 or 7 outs. Bad call risking his tournament life like that....
 
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