Lately I have tighten my range against this certain nitty asian player. He always shows down a premium starting hand. I'm not sure if he has noticed that or is even considering that in his thoughts. Since changing my style against I have barley played a hand with him let alone a big pot.
My perceived image as a guess would be. Aggressive because I prefer to play my hands as a raise, defiantly a winning player and one of the better players in this player pool. Capable of bluffing but will very rarely be seen bluffing once the pot gets really big.
$5/5 game capped at $700 buyin.
Hero has $2.5-$3k stack
Villain has a $950 stack
Question is how would you play this hand on every street, especially the turn.
V opens mid pos to $25
Co and button call
Bb Hero has AK♥ hero opts to call given how tight the V is. I did briefly consider folding, but I can't ever see this an option in this spot.
10♥ 8♠ 4♥
Hero leads $55 (I could do this with tp, sets, draws.) never not have a hand. What are others thoughts?
V quickly raises to $200 (very confident most of the time he has an over pair in this spot)
Field players fold
H calls (I thought about raising, but that would defiantly look like a big draw)
Hero moves all in and it's now $725 for the V to call.
What's the best way for Hero to play this turn?
In not sure if the V will bet 100% of turns but if he bets I think it would be around $300.