It was not a strong call, but he was looking to flop big, and he did. That's a "call, see a flop, and fold if you don't get a piece" hand. I don't like big-small cards, but I'll play them every once in a while with odds and position. I don't like his call, but it was deceptive, and you had no idea what he had. I'll also point out that he could have made that call with K-J, and you didn't give him credit for that type of hand. That is a hand that could call you preflop and also make the call of your raise on the flop. You didn't put him on a hand, and that was part of the reason why you lost as much as you did.
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