The issue is that this is zoom poker, not regular tables. The players here are, on average, very nitty. I usually find that a 4bet at these stakes means either AA, KK or sometimes AKo/AKs, since hands like 99-QQ and AQo/AQs generally flat-call a 3bet. Since I didn't have any read on this specific villain, but he was deep-stacked and looked like a 2NL zoom reg, I felt I should've used assigned this general 4bet range to the villain and I felt he would've given up AK after his C-bet failed, meaning I should've realised he had either AA (6 combos) or KK (1 combo) once he bet the turn, meaning I wasn't getting the correct odds
to call and I should've folded... is this logic sound?