Originally Posted by Poker_play
haha yeah sick. I guess it's possible but I highly doubt CO wastes the rest of his stack with JJ-KK. A444 board with two big stacks calling a big raise...he HAS to know he's behind, doesn't come across as the type to throw stack like that.
And if he's got the A..have to be putting villain on air?
Take it further..if Villain has air, why would he even reraise? he's getting no value on a bluff here--CO's money is already in, if villain doesn't have the A he has to assume CO does?
The CO's bet out on the flop is weird. Has he done this usually? Because after he bets $250 there, he's committed over half his stack and has to shove the turn there with really anything.
Now if Villain had the 4, why would he reraise either though? Wouldn't he want a call from you and possibly get more value on the river?
If I was at the table, there's no way I would fold. But looking at it for a while, I probably would have to make some sort of sick laydown her with the 650~ big blinds.
I'd like to here some input from possibly the better players on this forum, because this is such a weird spot.
EDIT: more I look at this, the more I think it's a fold.