Originally Posted by switch0723
What range of hands are you putting him on that call a 4bet, call the turn and shove that river that you beat in general?
Well, I honestly have no idea what he flats a 4-bet with. Obviously he can do this with TT-AA, AQ+. The real question is how wide he flats in this particular scenario.
The dynamic between two lags is kinda like a game of chicken. As soon as we sit down, he knows I can 4-bet light, especially this deep. So by that logic, I'm pretty sure he can take it to the next level and call a 4-bet light. The real question is what doesn't bet the flop, calls the turn, and shoves the river?
Obviously any ace that makes it to the river is likely firing. So I'd say he could legitly have A9, AK, AA, KK, AT in his range (with AK/KK/AA discounted). Maybe A6s. The question is, what other hands will he bluff with once the A hits? Does he turn TT/JJ/J9/66 into a bluff here? I'm inclined to think that he might, and I don't think he will float just an ace here like AQ or AJ. So I think the ace is really just a good card for him to bluff (or it gave him a monster two pair).
Since my range looks weak on the turn, I think he floats me a good bit here. And the ace is just such an enticing card to bluff, I think he shoves it with a huge chunk of all his turn floats.