$200 NLHE Full Ring: $200 NLHE, As-Qs UTG+1, line check, thoughts?
Hello all. I played this hand a few days ago. Honestly don't know if I played it good or bad. I will stop the action at the turn, where I think my course of action is most important.
After discussion of the turn decision, perhaps I will post the turn and river (as played).
1/2 NLHE 50-300 or max stack.
V- ($330) I have played with him before, he seems to be tight, and he is a thinking player. He is a gentleman, good sport, and I see him at the casino somewhat frequently. I don't really know for sure if he's a winning player, probably.
Other Vs, can't remember. Not really relevant as you'll see.
Hero- ($480) must be seen as a tight TAG. I think I do have somewhat of an unpredictable image. I will 3b light, squeeze, etc, if the opportunity presents itself. Once in a while, not often. Opening range is tight and ABCish, but I don't know how aware V is of this, many of my hands have not gone to SD. I get the feeling when I win pots with no SD, most table mates always suspect you are a maniac bluffer. They will even ask for me to show sometimes, but I hardly ever do.
Hero is UTG+1. Action folds to H. Looks down at As-Qs. Opens to $12. 2 callers.
Flop Qc-9s-9c ($36)
Hero leads for $30. MP folds, LP V calls.
Stop right here, my thoughts are:
There are potentially loads of combos here that I am ahead of, J-T, clubs, Qx, possibly even floats with gutters/PPs. So I feel ok ATM regarding the hand.
Turn 6s. Board reads Qc-9s-9c-6s ($96)
So obv. we pick up a BDFD. What should hero do here? Range is foggy and not clear (the wonders of being OOP).
I feel like a bet here could be OK, and I also think most 9x hands would raise if I bet? Being OOP really sucks.