$2 NLHE 6-max: Big draw on paired board facing turn shove
PokerStars - $0.02 NL (6 max) - Holdem - 6 players
Hand converted by PokerTracker 3
Hero (BB): $2.00
SB posts SB $0.01, Hero
posts BB $0.02
Pre Flop: ($0.03) Hero
calls $0.02, SB calls $0.01, Hero raises to $0.12
calls $0.10, fold
Flop: ($0.26, 2 players)
Hero bets $0.20
Turn: ($0.66, 2 players)
Hero bets $0.50
, BTN raises to $1.66 and is all-in
Perfect table: two tight players on my left, two very loose and passive fish on my right. The villain in this hand is 59/10 is one of them and either folds or chases anything. When pressured he shoves FDs, gutshots, midpairs, anything really. The sample is small (59 hands) but he played so many hands that I got a lot of info.
After he called the cbet I had him on a very wide range. Any pair below JJ any T, any 6 and draws.
EDIT: My plan was simply to build the pot, if he didn't fold and I didn't have a hand on the river, I'd check/fold.
The turn shove tilted me a bit. I was doomed against boats but so ahead of all the rest. If I was in this situation in the flop, it would be an easy call against his range assuming he has a pair or he is drawing. I have overcards, OESD, FD.
Baluga Theorem crossed my mind, but not with this guy, he shoves with way worse than TPTK.
And I getting the right odds
here or is it spewy to call it here?