You should have gone all in on the flop. Otherwise I don't know.
-- On me Being Double Sucked Out on Last Night
Agreed. I actually respect Fluxer's opinion's alot in Poker. He is a smart, tough, player. If he ever gets properly bankrolled I bet he does some damage.
Indecision is the worse thing you can have in Poker. It is far better to fold than to not know what the hell to do. The flop came ATJ. I discarded KQ for some reason but AA scared the hell out of me. So when the initial bettor raised $13, all-in, and the other guy called I was frozen by indecision. I would have felt much better about my play in the hand if I had either folded and lost $2.50. Probably the best idea, or pushed, and got sucked out on by a two outer. Either decision was better than cold calling. I have never been happy with my results when I was not certain of my course. It happens very rarely for me but I can still remember most of the incidents. So if you are that unsure of your hand just fold.