1/2 NLH Harrington DE
Hero was running really well, but lost about half his stack in a pot a short while ago, (middle set vs naked flush draw), and now the night is winding down - it's early AM and hero has about 600 and has V1 covered. Some history with V1 - any two card, loosing player - maybe even terrible. Hero is new to this table at this point (tables just combined).
About 300 effective (V1)
2 Limps to hero in SB with AcAh
Hero opens to 15 - typical open for hero, so far at this table this would be standard or maybe just a little larger than standard open.
Both Limpers call (MP1 - main villain, and lo-Jack)
FLOP = Js 6c 7c
Hero leads large - 40 into about 45
MP1 raises to 100 - pacing is fairly quick.
Hero tanks, knows this villain, and feels this raise size is a little smallish - but given what the V has behind a call is probaly going to be pot committing.
Hero tanks way too long, and eventually calls -turn is a red king - hero checks, V shoves -"says that is a bad card for me (him)". Hero calls; I think when I made the decision to call the flop raise I was mentally thinking I was going to call most turns - in hind sight this should've slowed me down considerably because it narrowed the number of combos I could now beat (since I block AJ) - I hate the check - shove -call, but am curious if others think it was as bad a play as I do (in-hindsight). I do think the call on the flop is standard. I've actually never had a session like this where I was up so much early-on, and litterally gave all of it back in two hands a half hour apart, pretty frustrating - I was probaly a little tilted at this point, and a little tired.
Always appreciative of the input.