$2/5 $1000 max buyin NL
Hero ($1000) Won KK vs AA for like $500 on like my 2nd hand at the table. Since then I've played fairly straightforward and tight as the game isn't great and I haven't really been getting cards. I had a few spots where I cbet and got called or raised and had to shut it down. I had 1 hand vs villain where I cbet a A24 2 spade flop with QT not spades, he called and I just shut it down. I didn't realize how light he peeled at the time. Turn went check check, river was a ten and checked through and I won with the tens. He said I got lucky so apparently he had some kind of small pair.
Villain ($700) Pretty stationy player. Fairly loose preflop and doesn't really like to fold to raises. He peels a ton on the flop, but usually gives up the turn unless he has something decent or a draw. This guy wouldn't slowplay, especially on a flop this wet. So if he flopped a set or 2 pair or a straight he would raise there especially when I bet big. Haven't really seen him play any huge pots. From what I've seen he's passive post. If he has a draw he's not going to fold but I don't think he's raising turn without some kind of made hand.
Folds to hero in MP
Hero (MP2) 10s 10c raises to $20
Villain (Button) calls
Flop: Td 9c 7c
Checks to hero, hero bets $65, villain calls $65, blinds fold
Turn: Td 9c 7c Ks
Hero bets $140, villain raises to $280, hero?
It's a pretty sick spot. I think this guy NEVER slowplays this flop with 99 or 77 or 97 or w/e. I don't think he slowplays j8 or 86 either. So when he calls flop he either has a pair or some kind of draw.
QJ just got there. I don't even know if he raises Kxcc because I bet pot and then like almost 3/4 pot and he might just call and see what happens.
He could have turned KT, but I block it so there's only 1 combo of KTs and many fewer combos of KTo while all combos of QJ are there. I don't know if he calls K9 or K7 on the flop facing that bet and 2 players left to act.
I probably want to add in a spazz factor just b/c fish will always spazz some % of the time with I dunno some bizarre slowplayed 97 or something.
Is this a sick spot where I could call and then check/fold the river if I brick? He only has about $300 left, so if I call the pot is like $700 and I can't bet/fold. Or do I just shove back turn? If I'm not folding the river I think I should just shove now because he's never folding, but he could fold if a scare card hits the river.
It's just such a weird spot where he min raises a super wet board with not much behind - not sure what he reps with this.