Originally Posted by John A
Villian Stats (VPIP/PFR/AF): 54/7/1.8
I went back and forth with this hand. Minus a couple of 2 pairs that I didn't think would completely be in his range, there's not a ton of second best hands. 22/9T, and sometimes KT I guess. Someone w/ 1.8 aggression I think would just be calling with just about all of those except 22 most of the time. One of those crappy days may have clouded my thinking.
Hand Converted by Ace Poker Drills Poker Training Software (http://acepokerdrills.com)
NL Holdem $1(BB)
Dealt to Hero 7♦ 7♥
UTG Folds , HJ Folds , CO Calls $1 , HERO Raises To $4.5 , SB Folds , BB Folds , CO Calls $3.5
Flop ($9) K♣ 2♣ 9♥
CO Checks , HERO Bets $6 , CO Calls $6
Turn ($21) K♣ 2♣ 9♥ T♠
CO Checks , HERO Checks
River ($21) K♣ 2♣ 9♥ T♠ 7♠
CO Bets $5 , HERO Raises To $22.75 , CO Raises To $40.5 , HERO Calls $17.75
If he is a passive fish than his shove on the river means you are probabely crushed. And crushed badly. You have like the 5th of the possible 2 pairs there. I cannot ever, not in my dreams hope to give you and advice but when a tourist donks a small raise OOP on the river you should accept the showdown and hope it is a blocking bet with K high. They do this from time to time but not that often. Usually is fish play waiting for a shove. At 10NL I see thousands of spots like this. Most of the time I call the small raise and I am beat. I made the mistake to shove and bumped into the nuts. The only 2 cards that made the biggest straight possible there.
So after I saw that your villain shoved here I think he had QJ with one of them of spades.