question- fold or not to fold?
Pretty harsh round, but in my opinion MakybeDiva is right.The question is how u were looked at on the table and how he was looked and how many players went in pre flop. If he's a manaic well then Ad 3d isn't something you'd put him on and you'd call. If he's a solid player however then IMO Ad 3d is a hand a solid player could have. But in the end Makybe Diva is right. If you call preflop then you must be prepared to go all in with your chips if a flush comes (which is what happened). To be honest with you, I know there are alot of donkeys out there, but this deep into a tourny (with good prizes) I really think pot odds help out. On the turn I would have made a bet of maybe 1/2 or more of the pot. In this case no matter what he has (unless it's 6d 8d, but then this also comes back to what type of player u and him are looked at) the pot odds your offering aren't what you'd need to call with a flush draw. Also no matter the stacks (unless it micro) you'd be suprised the amount of people who fold on a flush draw with 1 card to come if u offer them just about the right odds. See IMO the mind see's as two cards to come u've got a pretty good chance (which u do 35%) but with one card to come, and you offering bad pot odds, and him possibly risking 1/3 of his chip stack he wouldnt call. If he does or raises, well then you have answered your question.