Just got back from a session and am questioning my play on one hand.
I had just won a $1200+ pot on the hand immediately previous where i flop top set w/ AA. Villain is a ~40 year old asian man. Sat down about 15 minutes prior with no hands to speak of. He has about 850 in front
3 limpers. I limp along w/ ATo in the cutoff. Button and sb limp and bb checks.
Checked to me. I bet out 25. Button raises to 85. Everyone else folds. I call.
I check. Villain bets 140. I fold
I felt bad about my hand after being raised on the flop. AK seems unlikely as he limped along into a large field. Sets all seem unlikely for the same reason. The only hands i feel i beat are QT and flush draws. My gut tells me he has AQ or KJ which is what prompts me to fold.
What im not sure of is if i let my reluctance to lose my newly attained stack push me into making a pretty comservative fold. I knew I'd be facing a large bet ($300+) on the river and didn't feel comfortable at all with my hand.
I'm also not sure how the previous hand affects his play. Does he think its impossible i hit this flop hard again, or will players give me some credit for showing down nuts on the previous hand?
Does anyone else make this fold, or do i need to man up and call him down on non-diamond rivers?