Joined: Feb '11
Age: 29 (M)
You didnt play it wrong just because he won. If you get it in with the right odds for the right price it's a good longterm decision. Seeing this is a freeroll (I guess) I'd get A10s in 24/7 seeing how much you're ahead of people's range. btw,next time maybe it would be better if you just paste the hand history text in here instead of the screenshot,it'll give more information about starting stacks,preflop action,bet sizing etc.
Joined: Jan '11
Location: United States
Age: 58 (M)
If he was shoving prior to the turn I would have called it as you did, but if the turn was out then he shoved I would have probably folded. You had it until the turn nd your saying you were in after the flop so not much you could do once the turn came. can'tr believe he was pushing prior to the turn with 9,7, but you know the freeroll donk moves. Good Luck to All!
Of course it's played good You have TP and read on your opponent, you know that he'll be shoving if he just connects the flop in some way, so even possible draws aren't very dangerous. On the flop you lose only with A7, A8, AJ+, 87 so if he's very loose then you'll be EV+. Well, I think here's nothing to explain at all, it's just good played if he indeed shoved almost any two
Joined: Dec '07
Age: 68 (M)
the is a ace on the flop so i am not sure that is it a good call. you said that he was aggressive so then i think that your call wasn´t that bad. but these kind of situations are really tough cause he usually hasn´t got it if he´s that agressive.