ok well I'm going to test out pokerazor, since I just downloaded it.
First off, preflop hand. He calls with 23%. I made sure all PPs were included and adjusted the other ones to get it to a 22.8% range. We can take out AA/KK and probably AK. Be nice to know villain's 3-bet range to be sure on this, especially with hands like AK/QQ/JJ. Just for this sake I'll leave AKo in and assume he 3-bets AKs.
QQ-22, AQ-A9, A8s-A7s, AKo, K9+, K8s-K7s, QT+, Q9s-Q8s, JT, J9s, T9s
Pretty drawy flop, so I say villain will float with:
A high, any pair other than underpair, 2 pair, or a set. Although he should be raising a set here he should also be raising anything else that takes this entire line (including river C/R) that isn't a backdoor flush draw, which isn't that likely.
Turn we'll give villain TP or better, still including flush draws.
Then river comes, and say villain pulls the C/R with: sets, 2-pair, and flushes.
Of course the Pokerazor is crap and won't let me view anything to do with after the river raise.
Note if what I said is true we still are good 93.42% of the time before the raise. But we could manually do all that stuff but I'm too lazy now especially when I thought this big powerful program would do it for me before. Basically I just see this as pretty exclusively AK/sets/flushes. Even though I included 2 pair in there I still think A6/A7/K7 may even just flat river. I don't know I just think that's such a narrow range that we're rarely ahead here, even though the range that beats us is so small as well. Also against a more aggro villain we can call I think.