$2 NLHE Full Ring: Flop a set, villain made straight on the turn, should i have seen it?
Villian Stats (VPIP/PFR/AF): 22/22/1
Hey everyone, me again.
Hero holds 66 on the BB. Hero and villain are both stacked ~100BB
folds to villain on the button (22/22/1) who raises to 2BB.
folds to hero, calls
flop ( 4.5BB, 2 players ) comes Ah 10s 6c
villain raises 3BB
Hero reraises 9BB
turn comes 8d
hero raises 3/4 pot
River comes 2s
Villain shows 7c 9c
Sort of went on tilt after this hand and quit for the day. his ATS was 0, pretty low with a sample size of 60, which i guess isnt a lot. So i figured his raise was a Axs or some broadway, thats why i wasnt so worried when the turn hit and made a straight. Would you guys have played this hand differently?
In retrospect for a villain 23/23/1 raising on the button when everyone folds to you with a suited gapper isnt that outlandish, actually i probably would have done the same.
Do you guys think i should have respected his reraise on the turn and just called?
As an aside, I'm really having a problem with the plethora of maniacs/extreme fish at the microstakes. A lot of the strategies in articles I ready dont really apply to them. A lot of them seem to do pretty well with stats like 60/20. For example how do you isolate a fish when theres three people at a full ring table with VPIPs +40.
Thanks as always for any help,