Grabbed by Holdem Manager
NL Holdem $0.50(BB) Replayer
Dealt to Hero J
Hero raises to $2, raises to $4.50,
Hero calls $2.50
FLOP ($9) 7
Hero checks, checks
TURN ($9) 7
We've probably played around 60 hands or so and he plays 100% VPIP IP, raising 66% and he seems to be limping his weak hands and be pretty cally with those (saw him limp 65o twice). I've been raising some of his limps and have taken down a lot of pots so he could l/r with a big hand but he could as well have anything. I have no idea.
I also don't really have any info on his cbetting range yet. He cbets 55%, sometimes checks back good cbet boards like KQx rb but once he checks back he often del. cbets the turn.
He's not capable of valuebetting thinly and he's perfectly capable of checking back and calling any turn with sth like AQ.
Is there any merit in trying to take this pot down? I just don't like my OOP play vs those guys because I seem to be giving up too many pots. I expect to get called a shit ton on the turn though so it has to be with the intention of firing a lot of rivers which is probably okay given his wide calling range and my amount of equity.
The problem is that I really don't have an idea which range I'm up against. Those guys can basically show with anything in any spot so it's a huge guessing game every single time. Given that, I'll often take the passive route and just try to check it down but he'll probably check down (but also call) his Ax and other SDable hands on the turn and bet all of his airy type hands. How can I exploit those guys OOP?