$2 NLHE Full Ring: Folding AA after 3bet on this board?
EDIT: Title is deceptive; there is no 3betting, just a raise. Sorry for if it upsets anyone, but I got confused and can't edit it out.
So I had barely any sleep tonight because of that whole Oscars thingy, and because I had around 8.85€ in my account I figured I could join a NL2 table, short-stacked, and play a NIT game. Wasn't focused enough to make any good reads, despite tagging a fish and a TAG at the table, but I was doing pretty good, winning over 10BBs in the first half hour without any all-ins. Folding most of the hands and after 4 orbits without playing, I get this:
$0.01/$0.02 No-Limit Hold'em (7 handed)
Hero is MP1 with
Hero raises to $0.06
, 5 folds
, BB calls $0.04
, (2 players)
, Hero bets $0.06
, BB calls $0.06
($0.25) (2 players)
, Hero bets $0.10
, BB raises to $0.20
, Hero ???
Like I said, I wasn't focused enough to make any worthwhile reads, and I couldn't put this player on a range or any type of deceptive play. Take him as unknown.
When I was playing the hand, I figured that if he was playing straightforwardly, he had 2 pair, right? But then again, could he have defended the blind with any of those 2-pair hands? Probably
or something, but unlikely. I excluded 2 pair because of that. I took into account a set of sevens; it fits well into this betting pattern in my view.
I thought a little bit using all the energy the 3 cups of coffee (almost in a row) had offered me that he could have 56s. It's not that bad of a play to defend the blind with it, and I already had a reputation of being very aggressive whenever I got into a hand, so maybe he thought I was bluffing and therefore semi-bluffed with an OESD?
Anyways, point being, what would you do here? At the time it kinda seemed like an obvious fold, and at the same time it didn't. Also, what do you think of my betting in the previous rounds? Isn't 1/2 the pot too small; shouldn't it be like 2/3 or something? And what about my readings?
Thanks for the input