This is a discussion on Big Blind with Big Slick HU within the online poker forums, in the Cash Games section; Hero was playing on line 6-max recently and held :ac::kh: heads up. I opened raised and got called. Flop came :ad::10d4::8d4:. Hero checked and V
It depends on the level you are playing. If this is a high risk hand, you must defend your TPTK. You block off-suit neutral bluffs like QK and KJ. While the villain can have all the FD combos. However, since we do not interfere with rank V, BDFD + BDSD combos are added to his rank, which will seek to defeat all hero dominated bluffs. Which makes the call more balanced. For example a hand like QT in V (off suit and without interference like us) could take this line, since it could represent a hand like QJs which in this case has good implied odds.
Sorry for my mistake. This is a mono color board. I'm used to seeing different colored boards when I play, so I didn't pay enough attention.
I think this is a fold. We don't have enough reads to infer too much and the most likely hands to push would be sets and better. It would be very risky to continue here, but again if this is high stakes, possibly we should call since we have the maximum possible hand in our range, because we block top sets here. And at the same time the villain has all the best semi bluffs.