Citanul I agrree with you. I know waht youre saying, the higher the overpair in relation with the board, more we can check, but in the flop I figured his range and the only hands im beating are AK and TT, loosing to AA,KK,JJ,99. Those are 18 combos in the flop vs the 22 combos of AK and TT. In the turn I bet more for information or to see how he reacts to a really small bet. When he only calls I assume his hand is beating me.
I know theorically this is not the best way to play the hand, but watching the ending result I think its a victory only loosing 40 blinds in this spot.
Ty for your comments.
Nov. 13, 2020 | noon
Yeah its 4 bet pot. I was a bit stunned at the moment. I knew he was playing really unorthodox because I pictured his range quite good, but when he showed me KK I was impressed he didnt take the lead in any street. I noted that, seems really strange he does that with KK, I mean in his shoes I would call AA so his 4bet bluffs are still in the hand but never with KK.
Nov. 13, 2020 | 11:55 a.m.
BB wins $8.79
Rake is $0.46
Nov. 12, 2020 | 9:02 p.m.
I agree with FlaXmarZ . In high stakes where people are more balanced I can expect many bluffs using that sizing representing some value combos like mentioned before (TT+), but in this stakes I really think that is a value bet with a really cheap price with a hand that beats you and I will find the fold button. You will have TT,JJ in that sequence and maybe even sometimes AK,QQ if you decide to call the 3bet instead of going for the 4bet in this spot.