I've been playing a couple of times lately, and doing ok. Quite a number of $7 50/50, there are both fun, and fairly easy to make money on.
Last weekend, I was playing my favourite tourney $4.50 180 players, and busted out on 29th place with following hand. I had been too long on that table, but I had the impression that the opponent was a steady player.
The hand was like this (leaving the players names for a change)
Hitting the 2 top pairs on the turn, I was absolutely sure that I was ahead, and indeed I was right. I was completely aware of the fl draw, of course, but I did consider the guy to be a good player, so I was sure he would fold a fl draw. Completely wrong, as you can see. WHAT A DONK, was my first thought. He had appr 20% chance of winning the hand, and I would have folded instantly. Well, just another a BB, and ok with it.
The problem is indeed that this player has some nice stats, as you can see yourself.
So either he was completely drunk or on tilt, or I made some basic mistake somewhere.
I tend to believe that the fault was mine, but I can't figure out how to play such a hand against such a good player. For the record, the fellow ended 3rd with a nice win of some $83.
PS: God summer to everybody.