I hate this hand. It obviously has no plan.
1) Preflop, you flat, I assume so you can play for implied odd. Same goes with the flop. Doesn't really make a lot of sense, since villain raised from the CO, and we have no idea if he's tight or not.
2) Postflop, you raise, I assume because now you're thinking you have some fold equity... but you make your raise so small that no one will fold. If you're calling pre for implied odds
you shouldn't have fold equity, but I suppose reversing your read based on his bet size is fine.
3) Bet the river. Please. If your opponent is going to play his hand face up, and you're going to butcher the hand, then at least get value.
So yeah, normally I'd want reads to play SC's. And I'd usually 3-bet this preflop.
Originally Posted by ben_rhyno
I think pre is fine, we're fairly deep and in position. Line is fine def b/f river
Also, we're not deep. Villain has 86 BB's. Yet another reason to fold (or at least 3-bet) pre.