$1000 NLHE 6-max: Flopped monster wasn’t paid off. Should I have slowplayed on an extremely dry board?
Villian Stats (VPIP/PFR/AF): 27/22/1,8
I was MP with KhKs, the villain was UTG (VPIP 27, PFR22, AF1,8, 3B 5,5, Call 3 Bet 30,3%, Fold vs 3 bet 61%, 4 Bet 8,7%).
Pot 15$. Villain bets 35$, I raise 130$, UTG calles. Pot 275$. Flop Kd 6d 6c. I bet 132,5%, UTG folds.
I hoped that a standard c-bet wouldn’t scare him away. Also, I made it only half-pot.
Of course, it was obvious that he missed this extremely dry board, especially with me holding KK and K on the flop. But I thought that the flop bet was rather routine, while the turn bet might seem more threatening and real. If he called my 3-bet OOP he must have had a large pocket pair or AK. A pair might have wanted to peel…. Should I have played it differently?