Originally Posted by LD1977
Villain is loose aggressive.
Hero (BB): $2.03
Pre Flop: ($0.03) Hero is BB with 8 ♣ 8 ♦
6 folds, BTN raises to $0.10, 1 fold, Hero raises to $0.30, BTN calls $0.20
Flop: ($0.61) K ♣ 6 ♠ 6 ♦ (2 players)
Hero bets $0.26, BTN raises to $2.01 all in, Hero folds
I wasn't sure whether to fold or not although I was well aware that this guy can bluff with nothing. I figured he can't have a good pocket pair since he would raise preflop, but was afraid of K or 6.
1. Was the contibet too small? He may have figured I have nothing and lumped All In because of that. Possibly should have made it 2/3 pot?
Yeah more information is needed for this, like what the villain's typical raises look like. Honestly based on the information given I would make the call against most LAG players because it is a dry flop and he is shoving to end the action, which either means he thinks your hand is too strong to fold and he will win the allin, or he is just trying to get you to fold on the flop. If he has a king, his chances of being outdrawn are slim, so shoving on this flop makes no sense, and he would be missing out on a lot of value, but then again I might be giving him too much credit, perhaps he is just a donk that got excited in a 3bet pot with top pair and shoved the flop. I think more often than not this is just an overly aggressive play aimed at getting you to fold.