Originally Posted by roddy1977
The main question in my mind would be why the villain raised so small on the flop? Bearing in mind his subsequent aggression, that raise looks like a fishy attempt to get more money into the pot by reopening the betting, specifically in the hope that you like your hand enough that the money goes in there and then. Therefore 66/KQ are a real possibility. Pretty much a definite fold for me :-)
Cause it's 2 NL. A lot of clueless villains only know how to hit the raise button that's it (Min raise).
A general standard raise IMO would be at least 3x the original bet. However even though villain min raised-> the turn and river c-bets look strong as hell out of position! I haven't played much 2 NL in a while (I play mainly 10/25/50 NL) but recently I have played some 2 NL on some of the networks to refresh on fundamentals and it's rare to find some fire 3 barrels without a nuttish type hand unless there just a spewing maniac tard.
If villain has 66 or KQ oh well it's a cooler. Better luck next time. Can't really blame a river call with how strong our hand is against BB's calling range. I'm thinking villain has a boat though.