Originally Posted by AcesDJD
Even if you're playing the standard US buy in for 150 BB game you can end up quite deepstacked. Let's say you buy in for $300 and up at $1200. Another player is that deep as well. He's generally tight but tricky. He raises pre, you call with pocket deuces. The flop comes QJ2. He bets out let's say for 40, you raise to 120. He reraises to $300. What the heck do you do here?
From your side it looks like this:
You're pot commited, so call or push.
From opponents side it looks like this:
Such play says that he has a top pair + high kicker, like AQ, KQ, or overpair KK, AA... maybe a draw. Majority of players don't bet too much with nut set on the flop, if opponent has pocket jacks or queens (set) - in most of the cases he will just call your flop+turn bets to appear weak, and place his bet on the river.
According to my experience if your opponent plays raise+reraise on the flop - it only means that his hand is weak and he wants you to fold right now. He might reraise for protection - thinking that this way he will stop any possible draws, might also bluf. But such reraise does not look like a value bet.