I'm playing the play money 45 person SNG again for practice. Like I've said before, usually after the first few donkey plays, the rest of the field actually trys to (play)money in the tourney.
So its good safe practice. Although lately I've been getting trounced. Leading out with bets and getting calling stations that suck out. Flopping the nut straight, only to have the board runner-runner a bigger straight for someone else. Yada, yada, yada . . .
Tonight, I was at a table where I was 4th in chips overall. The flop and turn were both checked, giving me a four card flush to my ace of hearts. The river? A fourth heart.
The guy two seats to my right min. bets $100. The guy immediately to my right raises to $600. I've got the nuts. I figure one of them has the K of hearts. But I've got two players to act behind me, plus the original bettor. I WANT to raise, but I'm scared of scaring off the original bettor, and scared that I can't draw anyone else in.
I just called the $600. I got another player to call. The original bettor dropped out. Could I have made more with a min. raise do you think? Or did I max that pot?