Originally Posted by piotrkron
Any guesses on what the two villains had?
i just don't think it really matters what the villains had and i'm pretty surprised that you haven't been flamed for this post yet. my very first thread was similar to this and i was flamed heavily.
hand reading in hold 'em is a weird cycle imo. at some point, while playing low limit hold 'em, hand reading goes out the window. you're either up against too many opponents to discern what they all have, or they play in a way that's so irrational it's impossible to tell. once you get to mid limit hold 'em i think it becomes easier to put villains on a hand because they are thinking more rationally and their ranges are more reasonable. then you get to high stakes and players become tricky and are able to hide information in a way that makes it harder to hand read against them. i'm not sure what my point is with that little rant, but there it is.
who cares what the villains in this hand had? you were lucky enough to put in as many bets as possible on the turn and river. be thankful for that. i'd say once villains show you their hands, take a note, but it doesn't really matter because this situation is likely never going to happen again.