$25 NLHE 6-max: top 2 facing overbet jam on 3flush turn
hero dealt QK, 100bb effective
open hijack, cutoff calls
cbet 2/3 pot, minraise, call
turn Kc (flush draws complete, we now pick up backdoor queen high flush draw along with top 2)
check, villian jams all in (huge overbet)
This hand to me is more about what you guys think of fish in general overbet jamming when the obvious draw actually completes.
Fish with a nut flush that is hoping to cooler a smaller flush? Just a drooler "I HAVE THE NUTS ALL IN"? I know from when I call here with strong made hands that it's also often spaz or weakly made hands, AA, etc.
I feel like this is an easy fold when running good and playing my A game but I call in these spots when I'm even slightly tilted cause the "why would you jam all in if you actually have it?" factor. Especially since my most likely hand is Qx and a K comes on the turn. Clicking call when lines don't make sense seems to make me $$ at heads up and vs regs but fish are such a wild card (assuming villian is a fish from the flop minraise).
I guess just checking if this is an easy fold and I just need to get better at folding here or if calling is actually worth considering. This type of hand seems to be really common actually. Like you're card dead a whole session then finally have a strong made hand, but villian takes an aggressive line and on the turn all you have is a bluff catcher. This is like the hallmark of every bad session I've ever had lol.