posted in wrong forum...administrator please move to Strategy Forum..
reads- Hero is probably viewed as tight and aggressive, makes some thin value bets
Villain is splashing around, rarely folds to standard raises both in and out of position...likes suited junk hands; seen some 2 and 3 gappers. Villain would not overlimp with a big A and likely would raise any pair in CO.
Stacks; Villain ~$420
EP limps, villain limps on CO, hero raises to $25 with AhTc, EP calls villan calls.
FLOP ($80) Ad9d6h, EP checks, villain leads for $25, hero raises to $90 calls, EP folds,villain calls
TURN ($260) 8c, villain checks, Hero bets $140??, villain thinks about 10 seconds and calls.
RIVER ($540) 4s, villain checks,..Hero?
My plan was to bet the turn and get value from his draws and then just fold if he woke up and seemed to hit something on the river like a diamond, T, 7,5 etc..Does anyone ever jam the turn if they know villain never has a big ace here and didn't raise back on the flop or lead turn?..What about the river? Villain has $158 left, is this too thin?