perlick29 wrote:I dont know MAD betting the 24k seemed like a come bet on the flop even to someone who wasn't there, so the right play was a raise but I agree with bobby that it was too much. Imagine if Lee doubles the raise again to 48k. Now he would have had bobby thinking and he might have just re-raised giving lee exactly what he wants. Instead he protected his hand and opted for a safer route.
Sure, it was a come bet preflop. Lee had pocket kings. Once the flop hit and "Bobby" bet 24K, Lee needed to find out if Bobby was chasing, or if he really hit a hand, not to mention protecting his kings. Bobby has a chip on his shoulder and there's no way he chases with crap cards on the huge raise. Lee knew that, and took down the pot right there. He sensed that Bobby did hit a piece of the flop or a decent draw, so why not just take it down right there if you can? Not really that bad of a play at all, especially with the kind of money that was at stake. Sure, he could have let Bobby chase, but had Bobby hit, he never would have forgiven himself. Tough call, but I'm not going to say Lee played it wrong. He won the pot, it was a decent pot, and he wound up winning the whole thing when Bobby went all in and Lee was holding the nuts, so I can't fault him.
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