Is it correct to bluff the river when...
You're sitting to the right of someone and the river brings in a 4-flush board. The opponent is someone who is a good hand-reader and is capable of making big laydowns. Your own image is that of a tight-player. He makes a healthy bet.
He is almost certainly value-betting with a Queen-high up to Ace-high flush. Sometimes he'll check-call the Queen or Jack of the suit to bluffcatch since it's hard to imagine getting action from worse.
What if you raise the river? Conventionally, can even a king-high flush call if you deny him the proper odds
? It seems like suicide to make this raise, but at the same time this raise at the micro to low stakes is almost 100% of the time the stone cold nuts. This is something I've learned the hard way holding the king-high flush myself. So you're betting that he doesn't have the one hand that can call. And he has 2 other hands (the queen and king) that he'd lead the river with that he can find a tank-fold with.
Would it be the correct play to go for the hero bluff? I've read a lot on when it's correct to call and the like, but knowing when to pull the trigger on a bluff is a lot hazier to me.