Originally Posted by KardKlub
Check behind and take a note. I think you've got good value already on a one pair hand, and he bet again on a crappy turn card so check behind and see why he bet that. That's where my thinking lies.
I understand this thinking cuz I would probably do this a lot of the time as well with a good SDV hand but I am trying to find spots where we're losing value more than half the time, as thin as it is.
So I've stoved this and it's a clear clear shove with AQ (obviously) but it's slightly thin here because I agree a nit might slow down with all his 1-pair hands. KQ is barely a favorite vs. a range of QT+/KQ/AQ/KK+
I think the question is how wide he is ISOing vs. a bad limper. If he can have QJ/QT I think we should bet or shove (probably shove) and if he can fold the same hand this becomes hugely +EV imo.