$5 NL HE 6-max: Interesting AK Hand
Villian Stats (VPIP/PFR/AF):
View hand 897788
Hero (BTN): $5.33
($0.07) Hero is BTN with K
, MP raises to $0.20
, 1 fold
, Hero calls $0.20, 2 folds
($0.47) Q[image: http://static.deucescracked.com/images/diamond.gif] T[image: http://static.deucescracked.com/images/heart.gif] 8[image: http://static.deucescracked.com/images/heart.gif] (2 players)
MP bets $0.30
, Hero calls $0.30
($1.07) Q[image: http://static.deucescracked.com/images/heart.gif] (2 players)
MP bets $0.65
, Hero raises to $1.40
, MP calls $0.75
($3.87) A[image: http://static.deucescracked.com/images/club.gif] (2 players)
MP bets $2.26 all in
, Hero requests TIME, Hero calls $2.26
The turn card really changed my mind about continuing this hand while playing and I'm curious to see what others think about it? Here was some of my thought process on each street:
Villain's raise tells
me he has a AK or JJ+ based on his 22/16 stats, so I decided to flat and see how my big hand holds up on the flop.
Villain's bet sizing felt a little odd. With having a gut shot straight draw and two overcards I decided to float to the next street.
Seeing the queen come out on the turn made it seem less likely he's holding any queens, and the bet size didn't feel like he completed the flush draw or had anything higher than QQ+. I decided a small reraise might take him from his hand or give me more information about what he's holding.
I have TPTK and he shoves all in putting me into instant thinking about the hand so far. None of his betting pattern made sense for having the super nuts or a possible trap, and combining in the thoughts of the previous streets I decided to call.