$2/5 $850 eff
Villain is a top winning pro, 30's white woman. Was a 'Stars SNE before BF. She's been getting coolered and seems to be a bit tilted. She and I have been buying drinks for one another, we are on drink 3-4. One of the top overall players in the room, big winner.
Hero has a slightly winning image, fairly aggressive, has 3-bet pre 3-4 times in the couple of hours he's been at the table, none of which went to showdown.
Hero opens $20 from UTG+2 with K♣ K♠
Villain 3-bets to $65 from the SB
Hero elects to flat.
I am not sure if this is correct. On the one hand I wanted to keep our ranges wide. Id flat here with a good portion of my range (suited Broadway's, sc's, pairs). I felt by 4-betting my hand is face up (not sure if she thinks I'm capable of 4-betting AK-) and she'd fold out most of her 3-betting range. OTOH she's 3-betting from the SB so her range has to be reasonably strong. Moreover she's tilting so she may go HAM with a portion of her (admittedly slim), bluffing range as well as the bottom of her value range (AK, TT-QQ).
Flop ($130) T♣ 6x 2x
Villain bets 65
I don't see a reason to raise here as shes going to fire AK here as well as JJ/QQ/AA. If I raise she folds AK but I'm not sure she continues with all her JJ/QQ as TT is in my range. Thoughts?
Turn ($260) T♣ 6x 2x A♣
Villain bets $130
Hero calls. obv a bad card for our hand. We are getting almost 3-1 on a call and she could be turning JJ/QQ into a bluff here so I think it's a pretty easy call.
River ($390) T♣ 6x 2x A♣ 7x
Can we value bet here? What hands can we get called by? Im pretty sure she knows I'd call her flop bet with AK. Once she checks the river she could have an ace and she's waiting for me to thinly value bet the river. I think She's also capable of bluff raising the river against me.
Thoughts on action and thought process is appreciated