2/5, villain is the effective stack with $800. He's a mawg, unknown to me. He hasn't been too active so far, and I really haven't seen any relevant hands.
Utg limps, utg1 limps, villain raises in mp to $20. I 3b to $75 on the button with A♣
. Villain calls.
Flop ($167) Q♦
Check, I bet $110, villain check raises to $400. He has just over $300 behind.
I posted this hand on Slack, and the discussion was how to play this flop and turn. Folding seems pretty exploitable, villain isn't repping much. I pretty much discount QQ-AA based on his preflop sizing over two limps.
I think he has way too many heart draws here. But what's the best play? We have no fold equity I would assume. So jamming doesn't seem to accomplish much.
On the other hand, calling the flop and folding incorrectly on the turn if a heart falls is a disaster. We would be getting an incredible price, but it's hard to find a hand we beat. @pokertime
wondered how @bart
Ki would play this.