Joined: Oct '07
Age: 38 (M)
Starting Hand #12595842-43 UrPriceIsRight is the Dealer Shuffling Cards FGeasiest Posted Small Blind 40 TheExek Posted Big Blind 80 Dealing Cards You Were Dealt (Ts, Qs) armbrust Folds Ffro83 All In (750) any2willdo23 Folds sleepingcat Folds FlushUm Folds zefirel6 Calls 750 UrPriceIsRight Folds FGeasiest Folds TheExek Folds zefirel6 Shows (6d, 5d) has around 4,5k Ffro83 Shows (Ts, Qs) Dealing Flop (7d,Jh,2d) Dealing Turn (Qd) Dealing River (Tc) zefirel6 Wins 1,620 from Pot 1 with : Flush Queen High
Joined: Feb '08
Age: 54 (M)
It is not that unusual, he has a big stack - both in relation to blinds and to you, and he probably is aware of that you are stealing with your low stack. And he can be pretty sure you have some big cards - so he gambles a little with his (big) stack. And I think you made a very stupid move with that hand in 2nd position!
with just under ten big blinds i think your all in was questionable but not wrong, position wasnt great, even though that didnt effect you much, and you could possibly wait for better, if you had 7 BB i think its perfect move, you gain more relatively if you just get folds, and his call is kinda a tad aggressive but if you didnt have an over pair everything else is close to even money for the caller
Joined: Mar '08
Location: United Kingdom
Age: 35 (M)
yeh he they guy who hit the flush made the right call imo,
first off he has the big chip lead and knows you are playing shortstacked, so imo when you make the push hes probly putting you on a low pair or ak, aq, aj at the most and with that compared to his chiplead and position over you, as hes probly thinking even if you do have the ak, aq aj then he will still have 2 live suited cards so anything could happen on a pre-flop all in,
if anything i say it was a bad play on your part q10 os should not be a hand for pushing with in short stack with blinds that low, you should have waited for a better spot,
Joined: Oct '07
Age: 38 (M)
I'am know that it wasn't the best push...
But considering my position and stack, I can't make a raise to steal the blinds. And from that it deffently, didn't expect a call from 56, and I knew that if I got a call, I probably was behind... But at this time I had been folding for 15 hands after loosing with KK against AA, allin preflop... So I figured there wasn't gonna be a call unless a someone had a strong hand...
Answer this people what was worse the push or the call ha ha ha. Your mad blinds that low what are pushing for? As for the call he has obviously been hitting cards and on a rush. Think you should both be reffered to the donkey bin and read a book.
well if you think that in big money tournaments play only pro you wrong you should just look at your tanle and find some bad players and do some good moves against them with good cards but not against good players
"luck and bad luck is the rabbles definition on what the mathematicians is calling variance"
- It would be great for us if you had some reads on him, or something. That would be what i would base my decision on. If he's a very aggresive player then maybe it's better to wait till you have position on him, or you have a monster. 10Qs isn't that good a hand, and especially not to play from that early pos. when you have no idea what the other guys have.