$400 NLHE Full Ring: KK against old man - live
So the basic deal is this. I've been at the table for a few hours at this point, and am slightly ahead. There is an older fellow at the table. I have found in general that older guys playing at these stakes tend to be very tight players. Like rock tight. This guy had been pretty well filling that bill.
I have two questions for this hand - 1 is preflop. Oh, this is $500nl.
Old Villain UTG - $240
Me, Handsom Hero MP - ~$600
Young Villain BB - $480
Dealt Preflop KhKd
Old man leads out for $45(!).
So, do I just call this? I have a hard time imagining him doing this with AK, AA seems likely, but it could be QQ too. Betting doesn't really give me any information because I think he shoves no matter what. If I am ahead a call may induce one of the fish (young villain) to call.
The problem is this, if I call I am basically wanting to see an A or a K. If an A hits and he slows down I am good. If a K hits I'm still good (obv.) but if no A hits, wtf do I do on that flop.
This is a very villain specific question because his range is so so small. I actually don't think this is QQ much.
Hero calls, Young Villain Calls.
Pot is $135.
Flop: Ks 8d 3h
Old Man bets $150
So, the second question. I still have the young fish to act after me, my first thought is I should just shove and get the old man's money. However, the other guy who has been pretty fishy all night (down like $1.5k) and may call if I call. There are no real draws out there though. So I would just be hoping that he hit and can make that over pot sized call. My thoughts regarding call are that I am pretty sure I am getting the old man's stack in the pot on the turn no matter what, so I should be able to call comfortably with that in mind.
All that being said, I called.
Anyway, I mostly thought this was interesting because I very strongly considered folding preflop just because I was certain what this guys range was. I don't think there are any super tough decisions, but I wanted to hear peoples thoughts.