Originally Posted by bwtaylor
Sizings are terrible. You committed 440 out of 500 chips and then folded. Ouch. Be more aware of the pot commitment line and when you cross it, do it by jamming to maximize your fold equity. At 25BB you don't have enough room for this line.
Ouch indeed. These are the kind of hands when villain does fold on flop or turn i wouldn't bother too much about it, but when he doesn't, it shows that this line is not optimal at all.
I guess here, either check/jam, or check/raise smaller (call a 3bet jam from his side??), and if he flats my check/raise on flop either give up on turn or jam turn. So many options, i wouldn't know what is the best line here
I did call turn because with his raising size i had to put 140 to win a pot of 740. I did not expect ANY fold equity at all from that point on, so this is how i played it on turn and river, finally hoped to win the match with my last 60 chips