re: Poker & $25 NLHE 6-max: Double Barrel Shove??
I don't think so. If he had AJ- he most likely folds preflop given our read, and AQ doesn't float that often, but that could vary.
I'm expecting JJ-77 type hands here lots, and those hands can't really call. He'll also have trouble with KJ/KQ if they're in his range.
Obviously this would be much better had we picked up a draw on the turn (say we had 89d instead), but given that I think most of his range is going to be hands that just can't call, I don't think our equity matters all that much.
I guess it would depend on his preflop tendencies (does he 4bet AK or flat? Does he flat KQ or fold?), but generally when a king flops it hits our perceived range much harder than his. I often expect underpairs more often when someone floats me in a 3bet pot on a king high board, and often double barrel cards that are complete blanks since they'll often float once and give up any turn. This turn is especially good though.