5/10 game with effective stacks of $3200.
I typically play the 2/5 game with a 100bb cap but finally, after a month of waiting, the appropriate lineup found itself to the 5/10 game and I was happy to take a shot. My image was standard TAG, maybe even nitty TAG. I hadn't shown down a losing hand in about 4 hours. I've won several hands without making it to showdown, etc... I've played with a few of the guys at the table at the 2/5 game before and one of them commented to me (somewhat privately) that he was hoping it would be someone else from the must move game since I wasn't going to donk away a few grand...
Villain has been at the table about 10 minutes. No reads at all and one this is one of, if not the, first hands he has played. I didn't play with him in the must move game. He has a decent stack so I assumed he doubled up at some point in the feeder game.
Being 320bb deep in the hand isn't something that happens so much at 2/5, so the river was a conundrum of what the proper play was. Happy to hear comments on all streets.
UTG+2 raises to 40, MP calls, I call with 9cTc in the c/o and V calls out of the BB.
Flop (160). Jc 6c 2c. Checked to me and I bet 100. 2 callers, the original pf raiser folds.
Turn (460), 2h . I lead for 275, which in hindsight, was probably too small. Only V calls. I think V's range here consists of Axc or Kxc type hands and 77 or 88 with a club, QcJx,? I'm not sure he would lead into me with 66, but I think he would have check raised the turn to build the pot.
River (1010) is a blank - 4s. V checks. My initial thought is to check it back without any history with the V. I don't know that I get called by worse and I am in a real jam if I bet 7-800 and he shoves. I'm curious what you would do....