Originally Posted by puke
So we do not need to worry about flush and the possiblility that he scared and fold.
I always think it is not easy to have kk and do not want to push him to fold.
He could have flopped the flush, in which case we're drawing almost dead. However, what we need to assess is how many flushes are in the entire range of hands that reasonably fit his actions.
So, when he called your 3-bet, what did you think his entire range was? And when he called your flop bet, what did that do in terms of further defining his range?
Plus what kind of player was he? For example, was he the type who would call your flop bet with something like AQ with one club, with a smaller overpair with a club, or without one, etc.?