This is a pretty standard-ish spot.
I like the preflop play. I like the c-bet sizing.
When V raises your c-bet, we are getting less than 3:1, so I think call is -EV. However, we are pretty much calling to rip the nuts on the turn. And it will probably be somewhat tough to get paid off alot on a club turn. So in situations like these, we must be getting correct pot odds
. As enticing as it is to call, it's gotta be break even or slightly -EV. See, we are only seeing one card, then we have to re-assess. So from a pure standpoint of EV, I would think it is -EV (I don't know for sure, where's John A?). The only way we can make it OK, is if we find a way to get paid off OTT.
From a pure standpoint of pot odds
, we aren't getting right price at all on this flop. Our odds aren't what they seem, because we are only seeing one more card. Like if we punch it in to equity calculator, it will give us our equity, but that is seeing turn and river.
If we do hit on the turn, we are going to have to swing for the fence, and hope V calls with a set (while he still has hope to boat up), to make this call OTF.
However, abort mission on this turn. We are done with the hand. Once the board pairs, no. Fold turn as played.