Joined: Aug '09
Age: 52 (M)
What else to Do ??
rfl81 is at seat 1 with $152.55. davidwrunner is at seat 2 with $99.50. MesterErik is at seat 3 with $25.20. Tocitsa is at seat 4 with $84.45. gilda. is at seat 5 with $217.74. juanrito is at seat 6 with $122.35. 10579b is at seat 7 with $111.40. 03AFYON03 is at seat 8 with $70.85. poolmaster70 is at seat 9 with $98.00. tarock09 is at seat 10 with $27.35.
The button is at seat 1. davidwrunner posts the small blind of $0.50. MesterErik posts the big blind of $1.00.
After you flopped a set the outcome is just unlucky. But I agree with shokaku. Why call a raise from an immense stack with just JQo? What range of hands did you put him on? He could have KQ or AQ. So, even after the flop your all-in move was not an obvious thing to do. Looks like you just gambled.
Joined: May '08
Age: 53 (M)
I would have folded pre. After the flop, as already has been written, nothing you can do. I think there should be a third option: "So-and-so-played". Now I woted for "bad play", but it is not really bad, just... questionable.
Joined: May '09
Age: 35 (M)
Posted by tarock2009: What else to Do ??
Fold dunno why r u calling a raise with QJo with a short stack on o.5/1 table with all the big stacks around you. after the flop you cudn't have helped it, you can't expect to fold at that flop after calling a raise. u just got unlucky after getting lucky
Joined: Feb '08
Location: United Kingdom
Age: 33 (M)
Posted by MANUEDO: Unlucky river, but more or less, you've looked for it. Big reraise ( allin ) after flop was not a good move. What poker room were you playing on?
The move all in was fine. It's not a big raise, the pot is 28 dollars after his pot raise. He should of folded a weak king there unless your image is very loose (I have a feeling it is)
I agree with everyone else, you shouldn't call pre-flop in this situation. It's a horrible hand even when you see a Q high or J high board. You were in fact dominated preflop by KJ. There is maybe an argument to call QJo in tourneys where a single hand isn't as important as the big picture but here you shouldn't even consider it. From the flop on is fine, just standard play from you and donk play from him.
Have to agree with the majority on this hand. QJ is not a premium hand. Calling an unraised pot is one thing with them, but it's usually best to throw the effin things away to any raise preflop. A possible exception would be if your up against a maniac who'll push with any 2 cards, or someone who u know likes to bluff alot, but even then that's a risky endeavor.