$20 NLHE Full Ring: flop flush draw in 3bet pot
Villain is completely unknown, this is his very first hand at the table
CO - Villain ($20)
SB - Hero ($25.20)
Hero is dealt 7d,6d
Pre flop ($0.50)
CO posts $0.20, 4folds, CO raises to $0.60, 1 fold, hero raises to $2, 1 fold, CO calls
Flop ($3.99) is Ad,2d,Ks
Hero bets $3, CO calls
Turn ($9.69) is 7c
Hero checks, CO bets $5.20, hero?
One of the reason's I 3bet pre is because he was new and posted the blind and often when people do that they raise because they think 'I've posted the blind so I may as well raise to try and steal the blinds.'
By the turn I catch a pair as well as my flush draw which gives me a few more outs as it this point I'm pretty sure I'm behind, thinking he has AQ/AJ. I check and he bets 1/2 the pot here. Is it just a fold here? If he does have AQ/AJ I have 14 outs which equates to about 28% equity. I am getting roughly 3 to 1 on a call and if I do call he will have about $10 left which would be 1/2 the pot.