Another boring hand history post. Party $2/4. Average table. The player to my left has solid PT numbers.
It's folded around to me in the small blind. I have the hand of all hands, the Hammer -- 7d 2c in this case.
What to do, what to do. I know, why not raise? Yes!
The BB calls. Darn.
Flop contains a 7 and a 2! Awesome! Bet, raise, reraise, cap.
Turn is a 4. Pump that pot. Okay, wait, villain raised again. Slow down.
River is meaningless, although it does put a potential flush out there. Check and call.
Villain defended his blind with 7-4 off, capped the flop with 2nd pair and got lucky to turn a four. No frush, but he wins. I love the table chat immediately after the hand:
Villain: next time you will not raise my blind
Villain: screw you
Just another satisfied Donkey Poker customer.