Playing 2/5 in the afternoon at the Rio during WSOP 500 effective
I've only been at the table a few orbits and I've been severely card dead, so I should have an image as a rock. The villain in this hand is a younger Asian guy. On the first hand where I sat down, he raised MP1 and called a 3 bet from another young player on the button. The flop of 652r was checked. On a turn of a 6 that brought a BDFD, he led for 1/2 pot and the preflop raiser called. On the river 4 he again bet 2/3 pot and the preflop raiser called him with AK high and beat his 87s. I'm assuming from that hand he has been aggressive often enough that the button knew to hero call him. H60'es been in a good portion of the hands and is a little stuck.
Pre-flop Villain raises to 15 from UTG + 1 and I call with pocket 6s.
Flop (30) T76r Villain bets 20 and I call.
Turn (70) 6h bringing BDFD. I check again and villain bets 45. I raise to 120, villain calls.
River (310). As. Hero?
I checked the flop since villain could often have air and I think he will fire c-bets a lot of the time. By the turn, I check for the same reason - to keep villain's range wide. However, if villain actually has something, I want to shovel as many chips in the pot as possible. I think I need to c/r the turn in case villain has a draw that won't call anything on the river if it bricks.
On the river, I don't know if I should check seeing if he will use the river as a scare card, or bet small enough that he may think he can either hero call me or try to bluffraise me off the hand, or just shove and hope he has one of the few hands strong enough to call my bet.