I'm just starting to dip my toe back into the cash game scene and this hand came up that I'd like to check my line on.
Eff Stacks ~100bbs
Villain: Fairly new to the table and has been playing pretty tight and passive.
Table: Playing exceptionally tight. I'm opening a lot of hands for smaller than usual raise sizes just to take down the blinds.
My image: Pretty laggy.
Folds to me in MP with 66s and I raise to £6.
Folds to villain in the SB who makes the call. Pot £14.
Flops comes T♠ 6♠ K♥
Villains leads for £8, I raise to £28. Villain calls. Pot £70.
Turn comes 3♠ :eek:
Villain leads for £44. I call. Pot £158.
River comes Q♣
Villain go all in for his remaining £135.
I don't think for too long and muck my hand. I'd already made the decision to call the turn with the intention of folding to a jam on the river if the board didn't pair. He just didn't strike me as the kind of player that would turn his hand into a bluff with the naked ace♠ or overplay a worse hand than mine. I imagine he either had a suited ace A2-A5♠ , AJ/AQ♠ or KQ/KJ♠
I've replayed it over in my mind a couple of times and I don't think I'd play it any different. I'd be grateful to hear other peoples thoughts and opinions though.