Originally Posted by slycbnew
If villain is UTG+1 (I'm confused by the HH, can't figure out who folded the turn eithe), his open raise range includes a lot of A's. His flop bet is silly small and looks weak, like a cbet on a board that missed him, and all of a sudden he shoves the A on the turn - looks like the turn hit him. His stack size is on the smallish side, 50BB - but not small enough that I'm willing to gamble here that he's purely bluffing.
Did you have any read on him that indicated he was capable of bluffing the A? Unless you have a specific read that the player is tricky somehow, I expect that bet to mean he hit - I'm folding.
Suggest buying in for at least 100BB in ring games...
Very similar to what I was going to say.
Preflop should be raised to 3x the opening bet.
Flop should be raised 3/4 pot
I think, as is, I have to fold. The pot is very small, so we havent put much money into it. The hand has been played such that he really could have anything. It would be much easier to read it if preflop and flop were raised more.
I would asume his range is big enough to include all aces, all SC's and all PP.
He wakes up once the A hits, its consistant with his likely holdings. PP are dealt less than Ax.
The overbet shove seems way too big, but at these levels you cant really read too much into that.. people dont play too well so you cant look at a OB shove and think 'he fears the ace because any thinkingperson would welcome a call in this situation'
So overall its a fold.