Joined: Feb '11
Age: 33 (M)
Definitely wouldn't have called pre flop after a big reraise and subsequent caller before you. You were already likely covered at that point. Then at the flop would've folded there too, with the preflop raises Q is definitely in everyone's playable range, and if not you'd likely loose to a kicker.
That said, I'm no rebuy player so maybe as Doomdy said it's worth the risk (although he said preflop all in).
Joined: Apr '09
Age: 38 (M)
Doubled flops are always tricky, one never knows what to do if we already have triples. You got a pair and, running for the straight draw, you decided to go all-in. You were one of the shortest at the table, and the shortest to go on that hand. You saw the opportunity of your game in that K, I think, in your situation, I would have done the same, although knowing that probably there was a Q in the hand of one of my opponents. I think you did what you had to do, you could wait longer for a better hand, although blinds weren’t still too high.
Joined: Jan '10
Age: 54 (M)
Posted by shokaku: KTo isn't a good starting hand, and after two players had limped into the pot, it was quite obvious that some would play that hand, even after a raise . So no point in playing that hand.
After the flop there was little chance to play differently.
100% agree !! Interesting hand ? I didn't see it. Even after flop. Bandit bet 555 ? what's in his mind ?just straight draw, . If you want gambling , shove preflop, you have chance opponent fold with trouble maker hand or J10 os.