Originally Posted by Mr Sandbag
Your flop bet basically gave away that you have nothing good. $6 into a $32 pot is a blatant sign of weakness across the board. Why would you bet $6 if you had a strong hand? You'd be losing a ton of value.
Then on the turn you check, which makes zero sense if you had a good hand.
After such a weak betting line throughout the hand, you shove for more than the pot. I think I'd snap-call with KK.
Your biggest mistake was thinking you could get him off an overpair. If your read was that good that you could narrow his range to 1010-QQ, just fold and move on. You can't win every pot.
So, what do you think is a proper betting strategy into a board of this texture to 'outplay' someone who you know has an overpair?
These guys are Taiwanese/Chinese businessmen so they don't fully understand value, expected value
, pot equity, etc....
I mean, I know it's hard to get someone off an overpair...but I did mention I was in a hand with this same player a few hands prior and got some showdown value on a decent sized pot with KK and his lesser pocket pair with betting on every street.