Joined: Mar '11
Age: 42 (M)
Posted by DaCapo71: This is what i mean. At this limit a lot of players go allin only with a draw. This time you are the winner but i saw it so often that the other player hit this draw. A call is and was the right move in this situation.
Well, depending on how many outs they have, it's perfectly acceptable and +ev to shove on a draw. If the flop comes and you have an OESD and 2 cards to a flush draw, you've got around 16 outs or around 64% chance to win. I'd shove that spot any day as it's totally profitable in the long run.
Joined: Nov '09
Age: 30 (M)
Only logical move you can make in this kind of table (not too big amount of cash, loss doesnt min a lot if you had a proper bankroll management) is to call that AI. If you were on a tourney, then there are a lot of other factors to be taken into account.
Joined: Oct '10
Age: 34 (M)
Retarded question, you always go all-in with a set, especially at NL2, especially with top set. This is like having a fullhouse and losing against a four-of-a-kind, but it happens so rarely that it doesn't matter