$10 NLHE 6-max: OK to go for a river c/r with nut FH or do we need to lead for value?
Zoom, no reads or stats so assuming villain plays fairly straight forward.
Don't mind calling with QQ from blinds from EP raiser every now and then, as Zoom tends to be very tight.
Not sure I like my flop check raise, but his bet is tiny. My check raise signals a pretty polarized range towards 66, KJ, a weak Q or total air and he will call with worse (than my nut set). Obviously stacking off if re-raised but a call signals he has one-pair, either overpair, a single Q or T. Maaaaybe KJ.
Bet-sizing turn, any comments? Tried to keep him in pot, and/or inducing a raise with a flush draw (although unlikely), doubt overpairs are folding..
River T action card, also completes flush. Any T, overpair or flush should bet this when checked to, while anything else likely would fold to a bet. I decided to go for a c/r, should I lead out here again instead?
No Limit, 0.1 BB (6 handed).
Hand History converter courtesy of pokerhandreplays.com
Seat: 1 Player 1 ($12.52) Dealer
Seat: 2 Hero
($15.75) Small Blind
Seat: 3 Player 3 ($16.32) Big Blind
Seat: 4 Player 4 ($8.71)
Seat: 5 Player 5 ($20.7)
Seat: 6 Player 6 ($22.22)
Dealt to Hero
Player 4 FOLD
Player 5 RAISE
Player 6 FOLD
Player 1 FOLD
Player 3 FOLD
Player 5 BET
Player 5 CALL
Player 5 CALL