Position: Under the gun Game: No-Limit Hold'em Pot Size: 555 Blinds: 5/10 Your Chips: 400 Your Cards: A K Board Cards: A T 6 K
You raised to 50 before the flop and bet 70 on the flop, which only one opponent behind you called. On the turn, you bet 150, and your opponent re-raised you all-in for the last 400 chips in your stack.
I'm not a pro but seems to me there are all conditions to call; I wouldn't fold this hand even if he had three of a kind ( and seems to me really difficult ). Probably he has two pair or two heart cards suited but you are stronger in both situations
Joined: Jun '09
Location: Bosnia and Herzegovina
Age: 37 (M)
This is easy call.no god damn way I would fold this kind of hand,not only that you have strong hand,even if he has a straight and chances are 50-50 that he has,you still have a chance to improve to a flush,so itc an easy call....no matter what....
Joined: Apr '08
Age: 43 (M)
I agree with everyone who has said it is a no-brainer call...top 2 and nut flush draw, sure! However, I do not agree with those that claim that your chip stack size merits the call! If you still have 400 chips on the turn and fold, you still have 40BB ! That's hardly being low in chips
Joined: Apr '09
Age: 42 (M)
Theres no doubt in this. You start with the best two high cards, then, with flop, you get top pair and flush draw, then with turn you get the best two pairs, and river can still give you a lot. Any Ace and any heart will give you certain victory. Of course he can have AA, QJ, or two spades and end up winning, but that is something you cant predict. For those who only go all in with nuts, this would be tricky. For others, insta call.