10$ NL Home Game: QQ in SB vs. BB, Set on Flop
I play a 10$ NL game with about 8 regulars once a month or so. Thusly, we have a lot of history, and everyone at least thinks they have a good read on each other.
My table image: I'm mega-LAG. I limped in preflop twice all night, and I played at least 30% of flops. I've shown down large bluffs on several occasions, won pots with T2os, ect. So lets just say I don't have as much folding equity as I would like.
Villain's table image: She's a weaker/passive player. However, she does rarely bluff at a few boards, and it usually comes in the form of an overbet. She's pretty tight preflop as well, but still has the hole in her game where she likes to play AX.
Hero is SB holding
and has $24.00
Villain is BB, and has $15.00
SB calls $0.05
Pot = $0.20
Villain bets 0.25
How can we milk the most out of this hand? Also, I know I probably should have raised preflop and I should have probably led out, but this player is more likely to fold weak hands preflop unless its cheap, and I figured I could make more post flop.