$200 NL HE Full Ring: What would you do?
Villan - tight, passive, fishy player. Past history with him, I've seen him call light, but never bet/push light. To my knowledge, I've deemed him 99% incapable of a complex multi street bluff/semi. I feel he is not use to playing deep stack poker, and with a limited/scared bankroll.
My table image is solid, tight, aggressive player. Won big hands showing down AA and a set.
Villan - $300 - UTG - raises to $11
Hero - $600 - CO - calls $11 (pocket 2s)
BTN - calls
SB - calls
BB - calls
Preflop pot = $55
Flop comes 9(h) 5(s) 2(d)
Villan bets $25
Hero calls $25
Everyone else folds out
Flop pot = $105
Turn comes 8(c)
Villan bets $50
Hero calls $50
Turn pot = $205
River comes K(d)
Villan bets $100
Hero calls $100
What would you do differently in this line? I'm putting him on AK/AQ,etc or a big overpair on the flop with a CBet, but I didn't want to risk the chance of raising on the flop if he did had AK I didn't want a fold. I'm not afraid of hands like 5-5 or 9-9. Board was safe enough so I peeled.
Turn he fires again, I'm sure he has some overpair, minimum 10-10. But His stack was deep enough that a raise here, he'd be able to get away from 10-10, putting me on a hand like 9-8. His river bet? Now the only hand that can river bet a King in my opinion is KK, AK, AA. Judging by his line through the hand it was KK or AA.
Any insight? or was my play too conservative?