Hand 1: Three callers and the guy in seat 6, on the button, bets $7. I call in the SB and the BB moves all-in for $118. It folds to the button who says, "Let's gamble" and then calls with 8♥,9♥. BB shows K,K. The board runs out 6,7,T,x,x and the BB storms off after getting stacked.
Hand 2: Four callers before it gets to me. I call with K♦,2♦ in seat 7. Seat 8 calls and seat 9 bets $31. Seat 1 calls. It folds to me and I fold. Seat 8 goes all-in for $180. Seat 9 thinks about it and calls. The board runs out A♦,Q♦,10♦,K♠,J♥. Seat 8 shows 6,6 and seat 9 shows 8♣,9♣. They chop and seat 9 says he was hoping to win like the guy in the previous hand with 8,9. If only I could have seen the flop!
Hand 3: I was involved in this hand. I'll let you try and figure out this one. Seat 10 calls and seat 1 calls. I'm in the SB with A♣,9♣ and call. The guy in the BB bets $10. We all call and the pot is $40. The flop is A♠,Q♥,3♣. It checks to seat 1 who bets $15. I call, the BB calls, and the pot is $85. The turn is 9♠. It checks to seat 1 who leads out for $45, only I call, and the pot is $175. The river is a blank and I bet $65. He raises to $130. A little bit about the opponent. He is probably around 27-35 years old. He could be African American or Latino. He is a solid player. I have not seen him get out of line. He wasn't the type to make big bets to put pressure on his opponents. When he min raised on the river, I thought he had a pair at least. I called
What do you think he had and what would you do?
He flipped over A,9!