$5 NL HE 6-max: can this be a bluff?
Poker Stars $0.02/$0.05 No Limit Hold'em - 6 players - View hand 738557
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Hero (MP): $5.08
($0.07) Hero is MP with A
, Hero raises to $0.15
, 2 folds
, SB calls $0.13, 1 fold
($0.35) 9[image: http://static.deucescracked.com/images/heart.gif] 6[image: http://static.deucescracked.com/images/spade.gif] 8[image: http://static.deucescracked.com/images/club.gif] (2 players)
SB checks, Hero checks
($0.35) K[image: http://static.deucescracked.com/images/club.gif] (2 players)
SB bets $0.20
, Hero calls $0.20
($0.75) T[image: http://static.deucescracked.com/images/heart.gif] (2 players)
SB bets $1
, Hero ???
Less than 50 hands on villain, I had been doing a fairly standard 3bb PFR with my range (~21/19 over same hand period).
Pretty bad flop, I had never seen villain face a c-bet before but this didn't seem like the right texture. Flat call on turn for some pot control, intending to value the river on a good card. When villain leads out with the big overbet I essentially put him on a 7*.
Are there any reasonable bluffs he could have here? Should I have considered raising the turn or c-betting the flop more seriously?
*unless someone is a total spewy maniac, I put them on a big hand when I see that river overbet these days. Seems to be a favorite move for some ppl and seems to rarely be a bluff.