Originally Posted by cardriverx
I saw that there were no draws. Was trying to rep no hand with small c.bet, thought he might raise w/ air. Thought same on turn.
Is this too much thinking?
His calling range has little to do with your bet size.
On a paired board there are fewer hands that can call a bet, so you would expect more folds, but raise size here has no effect on that range.
When he CR's you his range is polarised although he probably has no turn barrelling range the rare time he ever bluffed there so when checked to you should raise bigger intending to fold to a reraise.
You are looking to get value from AX (athough this isnt a big part of his flop CR range) JJ QQ KK (slowplayed on the flop)
When he CR again he has a FH or TX but your TX is just behind his range. He plays all Broadway tens for sure.
He will play some lower tens, but these tend to be suited and therfore dont make up as many combos.