200 6Max - I get squeezed and see a flop w 99
Villain is 39/20, and although my sample was only a few hundred hands, his squeeze% was 8% for what that's worth. His stack was only $170. His postflop aggression factor was 1.9, I think.
A reg opens for $7 UTG, I call in the CO with 99, and the 39/20 raises to $30 from the BB. Reg folds. I tank for a little while and toy with the idea of shoving. I end up calling, because I have position and I think I can get away from my hand on broadway boards.
The flop comes T-3-3, pot is $65, and he bets out for $50. This is about as safe a flop as I can realistically hope for, and I try to decide how to proceed. I can shove here, trying to protect my hand from overcards, or I can peel the flop and see if I can get him to bluff all-in on the turn.
The turn is an 8, he shoves, offering me 255:90 (or a little less than 3:1).
I run through my options again, try to decide if I'm overplaying my pair but decide that it looks like he's trying to get me to fold, so I don't.
If he plays all his bluffs and all his made hands the same way, I have a clear call, because his range includes AK and AQ (of which there are 32 combos) and JJ-AA (of which there are 24). But is AQ as likely as JJ or AA?