Originally Posted by housenuts
Good vid. KJ hand, if you raise the flop and he jams, do you have to call?
I'm guessing he'd have to have AA, AK, KK (very unlikely), KQ, and maybe KJ or a flush draw. Can't see him jamming anything else.
It would definitely be to call. Essentially they are making the raise to induce action so it's pretty tough to fold when you get some.
I don't love the idea of raising the KJo hand. I like it with the right read but dougie said this guy was a solid tough regular. You're right that you can't have AA, KK, or AK or much of anything on this flop and I would expect a tough regular to fire multiple barrels quite often because of it. Given how many weaker hands we're going to have when we peel this flop I think it's pretty important to be calling when you actually have a king.
I also think the whole 'no heart' thing is just being greedy on this texture. It matters more on gutshot heavy boards if you ask me.
Without a solid read I would also feel pretty good about shoving the river when he checks if the ranges you assigned are correct. You mentioned that you would fold 88 on the turn because he would probably value bet 99+. If that's the case then his river check looks like a lot of potential bluff-catchers to me. Most people bet their bluffs and made hands on this river.