Scenario: STT on Betfair, 9 of us left. [email protected] I'm holding pocket rockets pre-flop. I called instead of raising to maximise income. On the flop out comes A26. 5 players fold this hand. I'm sat grinning because I've only got 350 or so chips left. I'm in a weak position on the table. We all go 50 again. Out comes an Ace on the turn. Checked and allowed them to do the running. Bear in mind I'm now holding AAAA6. The guy to my left goes in for 110, the guy opposite me folds and the guy to my right calls 110, I put in 220, the guy to my left goes all-in and the guy to my right folds. The river card is a 9. I get congratulated and say unlucky to the guy I took most chips off, and he says 'nice trap limp'. I've had Google and found references to it, but nothing that explains it very well. Can anyone tell me what a trap limp is? I assume it means that I laid a good trap for him, ie played it so he had no idea the strength of my hand.