$200 NL HE Full Ring: Live: Flopped bottom set, river FH, over-shove?
6 hours into my session, i'm winding down and I finally pick up my monster.
Been playing really tight, shown some bluffs, but generally TAG ABC had the goods mostly at SD.
Villan is loose/passive, fishiest player at the table. Saw him c/r KJo on J83r board after CO led, BTN calls, he got c/3-bet shoved and he folded. So his not a total idiot.
Keep in mind everyone this is a LIVE game and the dynamics are different then online.
HERO $400 - UTG 4d 4h
VILLAN $250 - BB
HERO calls, 3 calls, SB calls $1, VILLAN BB checks.
FLOP: Kd Qs 4c
Check, Villan check, HERO bets $11, 2 calls, Villan calls
VILLAN check, HERO bets $45, 2 folds, VILLAN calls
VILLAN check, HERO ?????
Against a lot of players I like to over-bet this river since his hand range contains a lot of Kx, however I think the over-bet might make him fold and get action from hands that beat us. Is there a better way ? Should I bet less or just shove this river all day long? (villan has about $190) Bet $100?
The range i've given villan is :
I've discounted KQ/KK/QQ/K4 since I would have known about it on the flop since the $11 bet was small enough to check raise. However, K3 would still be in his range since he did call a big bet on the turn.
Is there a better way? Opinions on line? Pretty standard play?
Results in white:
Hero goes all in, Villan calls $190 and shows K3o
Villan wins $530 pot.