Hawaiian Gardens $5/$5 NLHE cash game. Effective stack is about $855 and I have the villain covered.
UTG +1 raised to $20, HJ called. I had JdJh from the BB. I chose to call.
Analysis: I can justify 3-betting for value. However, against early position raisers in a full-ring 9-handed game, I prefer to flat call and 3-bet with a more polarized range.
Flop: KsQs6d, pot is $65.
I checked from BB, UTG +1 checked and Villain from HJ checked.
Turn: Jc, pot is still $65.
I bet $45, UTG +1 player called, Villain raised to $125. I called. UTG +1 player folds.
Analysis: Given this action, my villain either has a straight, overplaying KT or TT, or he has some kind of Ace high combo flush draw or some flush draw with a Ten like 8Ts. However, this villain is an older Asian guy that seems to play fairly tight. But I've seen him overvalue TT and going crazy with over 100x BB on 367 board.
Nevertheless, I don't believe this guy will be turn raising here with a bluff very often. If he had a flush draw, he was much more likely to bet the flop in position after UTG +1 player and I checked. The hands that make the most sense are AT and 9T for straights. With stacks being very deep and with me way behind his range, calling is the only good play.
River: 4c, pot is $275.
I checked. Villain bet $155. What should I do?