1/2 200 max.
Villain: Loose, drinking beer. Cbets a ton and fires multiple barrels. Bets bigger when he has a hand, smaller on flop, turn, river with he has air or a weak hand. I have observed him unsuccessfully bluff three streets once during the session, and the river bet was small. Will find a fold against aggression. PF raises range from $10 to $20. Assumed Preflop range: any king, any ace, 22+, broadway, suited connectors. I have observed K2 off and A4 off raised by villain in EP.
Effective stacks: $250.
1 fold, Villain raises to $12 in EP, 4 callers. Hero calls in BB with AsQs.
Flop: T62 rb, one spade.
hero checks, Villain bets $25, hero calls. Villains cbet looks weak, I'd expect him to raise larger ... 2/3 to full pot with a hand like TP or OP. assumed range: underpairs,
Turn offsuit 3.
hero checks, Villian bets $40, hero's decision ...
I think the villain has underpairs, unpaired aces and kings, and unpaired broadway.
1. Preflop: a good spot for a squeeze? If so, what bet size?
2. Flop: do we ever consider raising. I'd imagine a pot sized raise would fold out the hands that beat us or we chop with: 33-55,77-99,unpaired kings and aces, weak second and third pairs, gutshots. On the otherhand he has a lot of junk he's going to continue to bet with.
3. Turn: do we call with what's likely the best hand, or check raise as a bluff? If so, what size? It seems like we're still ahead a bunch.
4. If we call turn with the intention of bluff catching, do we call any smallish river bet (<$60)? My gut says yes.