1/2 Golden Nugget. Six handed. I am in the cutoff with $500. The villain is an attractive female who is incredibly tilted with $143 left. She is in the hijack position. She was an incredibly passive player who struck me as somewhat of a space cadet.
In any event, in this hand I have five♣ six ♣. UTG folds. Villain limps for $2. I raise to $15. Button and the blinds fold. She calls.
Flop is queen ♣ ten ♣ six ♦ She checks. I bet $20. She hesitates before going all-in for her final $128.
I ended up calling. Even though I did not think I was ahead of her at this point, I figured that she only had a better one pair hand and did not have two-pair or a set as she was the type of player who would lead into the pre-flop raiser with a nutted hand on a wet board with a ton of available draws. I thought it was possible for her to have king/jack, jack/nine given that she limped.
My question is again about the math. Does the math support a call in this instance? I have to call $108 to win $178.