re: Poker & $200 NLHE Full Ring: KK facing donk bet on coordinated monotone board
I think the piece of information I had (villain was passive with flush draws) is actually not as important as I thought it was given that I only have slightly over 50% equity against any ace of clubs. But I'm more interested in understanding this situation in general and what are the important factors I should be considering. I think a typical hand range for the villain might be:
According to PokerStove, I have about 55.9% equity against this range.
I'm not putting flopped ace high flushes or straight flushes as a possibility because I'm assuming the villain would slow play the hand, or at least would not be in such a hurry to scare everyone out of the pot. The donk bet seems to scream "I've got a good hand and I don't want to see another club."