5/10 limit - AKs
As I've mentioned in the blog, I'm working on a new series of articles concerning limit flop decisions. This is one of the hands I'm analyzing. I have my analysis finished, but I'm curious about others' views.
Villain in this example is 76/16/1.11, meaning that he volountarily pays to see 76% of flops (VP$IP), raises 16% of his hands preflop, and has an aggression factor of 1.11. Adjusted for his VP$IP, 1.11 is HUGE.
Pre-flop: (6 players) Hero is Button with K♥ A♥
UTG folds, UTG+1 calls, CO folds, Hero raises, SB folds, BB calls, UTG+1 3-bets, Hero caps, BB folds, UTG+1 calls.
Flop: 4♦ 9♣ J♠ (10.4SB, 2 players) UTG+1 checks, Hero ...
What should Hero do here, and (much more importantly) why? What are the fundamentals of this hand?
Please don't give a "what" without a "why."