Villain was a young guy but seemed rather to be an unexperienced and passive player all in all. He called a lot preflop but also raised a few hands and showed postflop aggression with them, won bigger pots and always showed down good hands.
UTG raises 14, 7 players call including Hero(500€) in HJ with 3
and Villain(464€) in CO.
PFR checks, Hero leads 70€, Villain raises 140€, everyone folds, only Hero calls
Hero checks, Villain All In with 310 to call for Hero, Hero folds
What do you think about the flop lead (-sizing) on a rather passive table but without good TAGs, maniacs and extraordinary bad players?
I bet to charge high flush draws and 78 and also to protect my equity against 6 players.
After this particular villain raises me I expect him to have a big hand. I wasn't able to classify whether the minraise was "only" a small flush, the nuts or a hand like 77, 88. I wouldn't expext this kind of player to raise a draw here.
I got 4.5 : 1, so I called for my 8 outs with good implied odds. Turn blanks and I check/fold without getting the right odds.
What's the better game plan when you hit a full house or quads on the turn?
a) Go for a check/All in?
b) Go for a donk push?