So I am just a few months into taking the game very seriously. I have practically never made squeeze plays until recently. I tried one last night and it got wild.
The hand technically ends up having 3 Villains. Effective stack is $190.
Hero on BTN with A♥ 3♥ ($400)
Targeted squeeze Villain is a mad man, older Asian gentleman seems limpy tight, and older Black man is hilarious always talking out loud while getting his camera time. There was no camera. Mad man called him OG.
Mad Man ($111) UTG raises to $12
Limpy ($99) calls from UTG+1
OG ($190) calls from LJ
Hero ($400) on BTN raises to $75
Folds to Mad Man who shoves all-in for $111, Limpy calls with less, and OG talks for legit 3 minutes before calling. He only has $76 behind.
I had been playing with the Mad Man and OG for about 3 hours now. Both are flat out crazy. I am absolutely certain I am ahead of both as crazy as it sounds. Limpy I have no clue what he has but assume he is in the lead.
($432) Flop: 4♣ 7♥ T♠ :r:
OG talks out loud. "I got one of them. I gotta go with it." Puts rest of his $76 in the middle. I don't think I am ever folding this due to pot odds and how crazy these guys are. I have backdoor ♥ and straight draw. I am getting 5.5:1 on my call I believe.
Calling is the correct thing still, right? We are never folding this flop for the small $76? If it was a flop of 9♠ 8♣ K♥ I think we could fold then? But this flop still gives us so many opportunities on the turn+river.
How do I add a spoiler so I can do that later?