Originally Posted by c9h13no3
See a flop, c-bet any flop with 2 diamonds or a Q on it. Possibly check-raise the Q if he c-bets enough. Since his pair is probably QQ or less, and there's likely to be overs on the flop, it'll be a little bit fearful if you're giving him action with overs.
I don't follow why bet at a flop with a Q? Are we representing AQ or QQ in hopes that he has AK/JJ/TT?
My concern is his range if, as I'm guessing, he knows what he's doing, and if he gives me credit for knowing what I'm doing from early position, then my range for him is AK/JJ+, so I guess betting at a Q high flop might fold half the hands (AK/JJ).
I just hate calling 3 bets from OOP, and I'm not inclined to 4 bet AK unless I have a reason to suspect the guy is LAG or a bad player.