On an amateur site. Holdem NL. SNG with 10 players. Stacks 50/100. Initial stack 10000. Blinds double every 22 hands.
At the beginning of the game (hand 4), I was on early position (next UTG), with AA. UTG limped and I bet 300 (3BB). Probably, I should I had bet higher, because as far as I know it's not good idea slowplay having rockets, but I did. Dealer and UTG called. Every one else folded.
I won this hand betting 450 on the flop and the two other players folded. I showed my pocket cards.
This is not the hand I wanted to ask. Just to put in situation.
Few hands later (blinds still 50/100) on the SB, I got QQ. No one raised before me (two people had called), so I bet 500 (+ SB 50). Everybody folded. I didn't show my cards.
A player asked what I had to bet more than with aces. So, as it was an amateur site and no real money involved, I told. Then, he tried to put me down for betting more with QQ than with AA.
First, I learned a lesson. Never tell my cards. Specially, to some kind of players.
Nevertheless, my question is:
It was really a bad move or he was trying to make me nervous or tilt? What should I have done?
My thinking: Having QQ out of position (SB), I tried to put out of the table anyone who had Ax or Kx with a bad kicker and find out how strong were the hands of the remaining players. Because of position on table and cards I had, I think those two hands were different situations. Besides, one should not have to play each hand in the same way, right?
About players: They are tight players, some of them quite aggressive. To play on that table, one has to have very good statistics. That kind of table don't accept most of the people of that site. So, they are all good players (for that amateur site). I was probably the one with worst statistics on that table.
Sorry for my English.