This is a discussion on $10 NLHE 6-max: KK - Bet turn and flop - River Sizing within the online poker forums, in the Cash Game Hand Analysis section; Villian Stats (VPIP/PFR/AF): 58/11/0.27
I'm spending some time making sure i'm getting max value from hands.
(I don't like my turn sizing - too small imo
check behind... if he had qq he wouldve opened... hes prolly got a tx hand
if ur certain u got him bet very small.. i bet round 35% and hope to get called by 66-88 and qq anx if we beat they will raise or smooth call us
hope they put us on ak
7th November 2016, 3:24 PM
Online Poker at: Bet Online
Bet 20BB, if he spazzes out though and ships for 53BB +/-, that would suck. For some reason I feel like dude has Q-J.
In reality, he has a lot of 9x like Q-9, 8-9, and also has fair amount of Jx, some 10x, missed clubs, and the dreaded (but rare) Kc-Qc (lol).
It's thin, but it's whatever.
7th November 2016, 10:19 PM
John A [4,813]
Bet 20-22. Easy bet, guy is ubber passive. If he shoves you can call even getting 100:1 odds. I'm kidding on 100:1, but still, you get the point. He's not going to over value his hand at this point w/o a big hand if he's been c/cing the whole way.
7th November 2016, 10:33 PM
Andrey Smirnov 
Online Poker at: PokerStars
re: Poker & $10 NLHE 6-max: KK - Bet turn and flop - River Sizing
Flop c-bet is too big imo. better 6-6.5bb max
7th November 2016, 11:01 PM
Poker at: ACR
$10 NLHE 6-max: KK - Bet turn and flop - River Sizing
Flop C-bet is good sizing. He will call with AJ, QJ, KJ, and all of the drawing hands like 109, 98, etc.
I agree with your analysis. Your turn bet is on the smallish side, as I would probably barrel 20 or so BB into here. Need to get a better understand of what hes calling with on the turn and checking with on the river.
Most hands raise the flop that would have you beat and given his VPIP, hes playing a ton of hands. Wouldnt put A10 or K10 out of his range either. Sets and two pairs probably all raise the flop or turn, so to me, it loos like a 10x hand or some type of J, maybe 98? Missed clubs for sure a possibility, also KQ but again KQ, two pairs, sets, straights (with two clubs) probably almost all raise the turn and given he playing a bunch hes has a wider range.
Theres not many hands hes raising with that beats you given the action, so I's bet about 24-26 or like John said maybe 20-22. But to be honest I dont think checking is a bad idea either. If you bet and he jams (he doesnt have much behind him and stack to pot ratio is an awkward spot), you almost have to call, but you wouldnt like it. It feels like AJ, QJ or a 10. He may have lead into you with a 10 too, but not sure how hes been playing.