5/5 plo with $10 utg straddle. 5 handed. I sit with around 3k, V covers. I've played with V a lot at NLHE, and he is very tough, hard to figure out. Generally somewhat tag but can make big bluffs and very good at putting opponents in tough spots. Hand reads very well. He views hero as kind of a nit.
Anyway he returns to the table from a break and puts up a dead 20 utg blind. I'm otb with AdQd8s6s and I pot to 80. Obviously not a great hand but I have the button...thoughts?
All others fold, V calls. I think his 3-bet frequency is 0 in this spot so I have no reads on his hand other than he decided to play it.
V checks, I bet 135, V raises to 600. I call, brick turn, and I have to fold to his pot bet on the turn.
After the hand I was wondering if I actually have good fold equity in this spot if I re-pot flop. If I were to treat this as a Holdem hand where I have AQdd and he has AT, I'd have 42% equity.
When he check raises should I give him credit for nuts+redraw? I think he would have to credit me with this holding if I came over the top, and maybe I get enough folds to justify this play. At the time I felt like I didn't want to overplay and risk my 3k stack, but maybe I need to sack up and put the pressure on him. Maybe more experienced PLO players can better estimate my fold equity vs how often I'm up against straight + set.