Sometimes I find myself in a hand that I normally wouldn't see myself playing, and then I flop gin and want to make sure I'm getting maximum value. Here is the scenario:
LJ Limps (Stack size: $111), Button Limps ($168), SB completes ($124), Hero is in BB with 6♥ 4♥ ($181), and checks option.
2♦ 5♦ 3♥
SB checks, Hero checks, LJ checks, Button bets $5, SB check-raises to $15, Hero?
Button is an elderly woman, hasn't been playing too many hands. SB is similar, an older gentleman that I've seen be nothing but a calling station. I've so far only seen him show down weak Ax holdings on some uncoordinated boards, but play pretty straight forward. I also hadn't seen him re-raise a flop bet yet, none the less re-raise any players initial bet on any street.
With that being said, I have a bet and a re-raise in front of me with the nuts, now with $28 in the pot, what's my best move?
To spare any detail, I ended up re-raising to $50, and both players folded.