Originally Posted by frozensprx
Getting info in a 4bet pot usually isn't a good idea. Especially since villain would likely call a flop bet with whatever hand he called the 4bet with. So betting flop with intention of folding to a raise or giving up on turn makes no sense. An alternative to what I suggested of check/folding would be to turn your hand into a bluff. The problem with turning it into a bluff in this spot is that you basically will only fold out QQ and KK. Hero has blockers to villain's QQ, so the more likely hands that villain has are KK or Ax hands. In a 4bet pot I doubt villain would fold any Ax hand, so the bluff would just be spewy.
You can't turn your hand into a bluff at these stakes here. Just play ABC. I think that HERO should have raised bigger pre-flop for being OOP (2.5x) and then just check/fold the flop once he's called.
Edit: Put more thought into this and I actually think bet/fold is probably better tbh now, bet on the smaller side though and fold if raised, you don't want to be pot committed or fold out worse PP's.
AK likely shoves pre-flop, AQ is unlikely.
JJ, 10,10 is the most likely holding due to HERO's sizing PF.
River is though, probably fold though even though he checked back on turn as 10/10 just got there (that's what I think he has) and JJ has no reason to shove river.