200NL: KJs in BB in what's likely to be a 3way pot
Button is a 33/28 over a large sample. My notes on him read:
"Capable of bluffraising turn with draw
checkraise-bluffed ace-high board vs. stealer from BB
donk 97 on 9-8-4 flop, 3way pot. c/c turn, c/c river
3b fr BB, bet Q-high flop, c/rshove A-turn"
UTG and I had just tangled, and he's the kind who bets when he doesn't have it and checks when he does. He min3-bet QQ from the small blind when I opened on the button and then proceeded to check/call a Q-high flop, checked the turn and finally was forced to check/call the river when the board was four-to-a-straight, four-to-a-flush and he had only a set. He's not, in other words, a good player.
No-Limit Hold'em, $2.00 BB (5 handed) - Hold'em Manager
Converter Tool from FlopTurnRiver.com (http://www.flopturnriver.com)
Hero (UTG) ($445)
: Hero is UTG with K♠, J♠
BB calls $2, 1 fold
, Button raises $9
, 1 fold
, Hero calls $7, BB calls $7
: ($28) 6♦
, 3♣ (3 players)
Hero checks, BB checks, Button bets $21
, Hero calls $21, 1 fold
: ($70) 6♥ (2 players)
Hero checks, Button bets $58
, Hero calls $58
: ($186) 9♥ (2 players)
Hero checks, Button bets $159
, Hero calls $159
3-bet preflop? Fold?
Lead out on flop? check/raise?
what about the turn?
And what the hell about the river? His range is polarized, surely, as the flushdraw didn't get there and he either has a monster or a weak hand. Or? My note on him being bluffy sealed the deal and I called, but I'm not sure hand as a whole.
Maybe that should have been apparent from the beginning and I should just have folded preflop; if I don't know what to do when I get one of the better flops for my hand, maybe I shouldn't play it at all.