CO: $235.66 (Hero)
When villain check-raises, I don't think I can continue. In that sense, I don't think this hand is super interesting, but I'm happy to be challenged on that conclusion and the line in general.
I'm posting this because I ran the situation through GTO+ and apparently we both played it super goofy: GTO+ wants me to bet virtually my entire range when checked to, but even node-locking the flop to check either my whole range or about a third of it (including KK), villain is supposed to have literally 0 turn check-raises.
So I was just wondering if folks better-versed in theory could help explain what's going on here. I just felt like betting KK here on the flop was total value-cutting (and I thought I'd check AA here too, though I guess with us being so deep that's leaving a lot of money on the table, blockers be damned), but then once the turn came in I thought I should go for thin value and equity denial. I'm not sure how relevant my blockers are here, but I just found the whole situation interesting. Your thoughts are quite welcome.