OK so here's what happened..... After his speech I put him on exactly what he had... a small flush... I then did the math figured he had 2 clubs and 3 on board, one in my hand means 7 clubs left, I then add in the 2 5s and the 2 red aces, gives me 11 outs with 42 possible cards, I need well more than the odds I was getting to call. Note, anyone at this table but this villian I snap call, with him I stewed a bit and mucked AA face up. One of the hardest laydowns I have made in a while, but he showed his made flush, which made me feel good about the laydown, the entire table could not believe I made the laydown but, I felt against this player it was the right move. I wish we could see the river, but alas no rabbit hunting. If we could have run it twice I would have called but that is not allowed in PA. So what do you think? right or wrong? It did play to my metagame over the rest of the session as well.
So I am at a live 1/2 NLH game.... played the villian b4. I know he likes to limp out of position with middle suited 2 gaps... It seems he always makes it work for him. He hits and gets paid or misses and runs away... I am in CO with 2 black AA. It is limped to me, I raise to 11. I get 3 callers including villian. Pot is 45 or so give or take... Flop comes 3,5, 10 with 2 clubs. I bet 40 get called by villian... Turn is 5 clubs.. He over bets pot, Now the question what do you do. As you tank he says, "I know your big pair is no good, just lay it down"...."I like you and your game Shawn, get out, you are no good!"..... So what do you do????
I will wait for some responces then I will tell you what I did.