villain should view hero on the laggy side. we both are regulars on the site but I´m not playing much 5/10. we tangled in a few standard spots but nothing special. i squeezed his MP open and a fish on the btn from the BB with AKo, he 4bets and I jammed all in, he shows KK. he c/called twice with A4s on a dry Axxx board as PFR. I fired the 2nd barrel with a turned flush draw but give up on the river.
I think flatting flop and betting turn is nothing unorthodox. But I´m lost on the turn.
First: It seems like a pretty bad c/r as a bluff with cause he is repping a narrow range. So my first inclination was to fold the turn.
Second: I´m at the very top of my value range besides boats(I´m rarely if ever having a hand like KK-AA in this spot and QQ I´m sometimes flatting but mostly 3betting) and I´m betting in this spot close to 100% of my floats. So in theory it´s pretty exploitable when I´m folding something like JJ in this spot. But I could be wrong. So I decide to call the turn and fold to pretty much any(one note: I´m probably flatting most of my boats here too) rivershove.
Third: I think he will bet all streets with almost all his holdings, strong ones and draws. I don´t think that he takes the risk of potentially giving me a free card on the turn with his strong(vulnarable) hands.
What do you guys think? easy call, shove or whatever on the turn.
and what do you do on the river if he jams all in on a blank?
for what its worth, here are the stats from villain: 30/20/3/23 over 800 hands
Grabbed by Holdem Manager
NL Holdem $10(BB) Replayer
Dealt to Hero J
UTG raises to $30,
Hero calls $30, fold, fold, fold, fold
FLOP ($75) 2
UTG bets $55,
Hero calls $55
TURN ($185) 2
Hero bets $135, UTG raises to $295,