Originally Posted by bgomez89
You're raising for info basically then right? That's not good.
You say you don't know where you're at but I think you can figure it out. Start by giving villain a range that he donk bets the flop with and then reasses on the turn.
So tell me what range do you put him on when he donk bets the flop
From previous experience at micros, a small donk bet usually means he's on a draw (in this case, only flush dr) or he has a weak PP like 22, 33, 55-77. Possibly 99. A hand like 9T, JT, QT, KT is possibly too. Though by the river, QT is out for sure. For this particular guy, he could be doing it with two overcards.
The thing is, although I felt I was ahead, I just wasn't sure because this guy is not predictable. I was afraid of betting and getting shoved on, which I've seen him done with a weak hand.