Joined: Mar '12
Location: United Kingdom
Age: 44 (F)
Nice hand but I am thinking the same as shokaku here,after no C-bet and really small bets the pot was hardly worth winning at the river so to call an all in just seems crazy.At the river only 20c in the pot.
It's always nice to find a retarded opponent on the tables. If he reloads, stay there. lol
Like Shokaku says his call makes no sense at all. At this point he has invested only 8.5BB (2.5 pre flop, 2x on the turn and 3x BBs on the river) into the pot. And he goes on to call an all-in bet of about 95 BBs with 5th nuts... God that's a terrible call. He didn't even try to force you out of the hand at any point. The bet sizes were so small up to that point... It felt like a tournament hand where both players are playing very shallow stacks. You can't get much information when someone calls a 2 BB bet. I wonder how in the hell this guy thought he had a read on you the way this hand went. Some people just let their ego get in the way of correct decisions it seems.
Joined: Mar '09
Age: 45 (F)
As they say, saved by the bell, or in this case the river You couldnt have asked for a much better hand. I think i can imagine how the other player must have felt since i have been in a situation like that and more than once. It is a good tilt scenario
Joined: Jun '13
Age: 79 (M)
I really dont know why this guy made the call with a flush 10 high there was no big money invested in the pot so just take your small lost and play another hand. Sometime you are getting so pot committed that you gonna take a very big risk but not in the case here.