re: Poker & $25 NLHE 6-max: Fold or Committed Against Loose Aggressive (Post-Flop)
Seems like villain either is playing a really strong hand like AK or connected with the ten to either make two pair or a set since he made a large call preflop and check raised the flop. I would be more inclined to put villain on AK for two reasons. One, he check raised the flop which probably means he has a strong hand on the flop so I would say top pair top kicker. Since he called a significant preflop raise, I would be inclined to put him on a good hand like AK rather than something like 43, A2, 56. I dont think he has a heart though so when the turn comes with a T heart, there is either a made flush or flush draw available on the flop, most likely still a flush draw. Since he wants to get you off the flush and busting his currently strong hand, he probably then shoved to get you out and take down the pot. One thing I like about cash games over tournaments is that you can never really be pot committed and money saved is money earned since you can always reload on cash to try to win back your loses so I think folding is an option here. Its a really hard laydown for me to make though since I would like to think that I am ahead and I do often give my opponents too much credit but I think a laydown would be appropriate here.