Originally Posted by ShouldI
Who flats the button with aces.
Someone trying to disguise the strength of his hand calls a raise from the button with aces.
Someone who sees a player to his left telegraph that he's going to raise is likely to flat the button with aces. I did that last night in the CO with KK when I saw the SB stack up raising chips and look like he couldn't wait to get 'em in.
Someone who plays poorly and has learned "aces never hold up" may try to see a flop cheaply.
Would you have felt enormously better if the original raiser in the hand was the one with AA? Would you have felt enormously better if KK or QQ beat you?
You're playing small stakes poker with tourists. People are going to limp for $2 with AA in late position. People are going to raise UTG with T2 because it's Doyle's favorite hand. You need to get used to the idea that not everybody plays like you do.
Maybe I stop thread since noone cares?
Obviously the guy above cared enough to tell you he was bored. That's something. Ignore the negative commentary and continue.
If you're looking for feedback on specific hands, probably better to post in a forum devoted to such things.
If you're looking for feedback on the universe in general and aspects of poker life in Vegas in particular, it's likely available here if you make it clear you want it. I'm following along as you fight your AC issue, for instance.
But two sentence "I lost again" posts aren't really likely to generate much in the way of feedback. What's there to say?