This is a discussion on $10 NLHE 6-max: Overbet River bluff within the online poker forums, in the Cash Game Hand Analysis section; Villian Stats (VPIP/PFR/AF): 27/13/4.3 3-bet: 5.0
Deep stack poker, I re-raised the flop as villain was aggressive and I thought he might be making a play
Deep stack poker, I re-raised the flop as villain was aggressive and I thought he might be making a play for the pot as he seemed like a decent reg that knew I would be c-betting all theses boards. Probably thinking too detailed into it for these stakes and should of maybe called/folded? the flop.
anyway on the turn I don't think I can make him fold an over-pair (pair of tens is what I put him on) once the villain checks back the turn however and the flush/overcard comes on the river I decide to shove to get him off lower pocket pairs.
He is playing 12+ tables at a time so he is probably doing abc robotic poker, (another reason why raise on flop wasn't good) so I don't think he will be paying much attention to work out that my river shove is really not making too much sense at all. Also I think a smaller river bet would have got the job done the majority of the time without risking so much.
You should have shown the bluff. Means you can overbet when you have a value hand in the future and get paid off. And yes it's a good bluff, your read was sound imo and the queen is unlikely to help him so you can push an ABC 12-tabler off an absolute ton of hands with such a big overbet.