Originally Posted by jsh169
k10off seems a bit overly ambitious, you turn your hand face up as a one pair hand when you check call the turn. I'm guessing he mostly has axs hands here, a set is possible, but only 66.
Preflop was basically a bluff squeeze. I can represent much stronger hands than they can when they take the limp-call line. And I'd much rather take the initiative with a hand like KTo than play a MW pot without the initiative.
How does check-calling the turn narrow my hand range down to 1 pair hands? I could easily have a flush draw instead, possibly even a gutshot. Maybe I have bottom 2 pairs and decided to go into scared nit mode?
And if check-calling the turn is indicative of weakness, then doesn't that make the river check-call line even more necessary? Since I've essentially induced a bluff by expressing weakness on the turn?
I explained the Ax thing in the post above. How often does a villain at $1/$3 decide to take the call/bet/shove line with TPBK? I know he doesn't have TPGK because he limp-called preflop and I just felt that he's never going to play TPBK that aggressively.