Originally Posted by RakeMyLife
Finally I get to post one. All serious comments welcome.
Live casino game, loose-aggressive table. Villain a very good TAG.
Hero (HJ): ~$140
+3 (Villain): $600
Preflop: Hero dealt 10-10 (suits irrelevant this hand)
BTN straddles, fold, BB calls, fold, fold, fold, villain raises to $13, Hero calls, fold, BTN calls, BB calls.
Flop (~$50): 562 (rainbow)
BB checks, villain bets $30, Hero calls, fold, fold.
Turn (~$105): 7
Villain checks, Hero bets $45, villain tanks then calls.
River ($195): K
Villain checks, Hero checks.
Would u bet ur stack there or shove turn instead? Check behind like I did? My read was correct but I won't post outcome yet.
Starting from the beginning.... I know you asked for specific input on the river, I'll get to that...
Top off. Play with 100 BB.
V is a solid TAG, what is his opening range? Is he super tight? Like nitty? If we don't have any reason to assume he is a super nit, 3b pre. We don't need to see 4w flops with bingo players at 1/2.
When he raises to $13, we cut it to $40-$50. If he 4b, we probably need to puke and fold, and then top off again... live 1/2 players don't 4b.
As played, with your stack on the turn, yes, ship it. Say "I play all my chips dealer", and move in. Value/protection. We should have slightly less than PSB on the turn here. I don't mind flat on the flop at all. Ship Turn, absolutely. There is no need for river decision.
Edit: If we 3b pre, V calls, we see flop, and ship. Easy peezy, lemon squeezy (with your stack size at the time).