$5 NLHE 6-max: Stacking off with QQ (overpair) in 4bet pot
5NL 6-max zoom on PokerStars
. Villain is a 15/15 vpip/pfr over 13 hands.
Hero (MP) has $5.26
Villain (SB) has $6.11
Hero (MP) is dealt Qd Qc
Villain (SB) posts $0.02
BB posts $0.05
UTG raises to $0.15
Hero (MP) raises to $0.50
Villain (SB) raises to $1.25
Hero calls $0.75
$2.70 in pot (2 players) with $4.01 behind (effectively).
Flop is 9h 6d 3d
Villain bets $1.30
Hero calls $1.30
$5.30 in pot
Turn shows 3h
$5.30 in pot
River shows 8s
Villain is ALL-IN for $2.71 (effectively)
Hero calls $2.71
Villain shows Ad Ac
Villain wins pot $10.28
Could I have gotten out of this?
I can make an argument for folding preflop, flop and river:
: Facing a cold 4bet at micro stakes zoom poker usually means a range of KK+ and sometimes AK. I'm way behind this range and I can get out cheaply by folding preflop.
: Perhaps I could set-mine and then fold the flop if I miss. There's also a chance the villain might check-raise the flop with AA or KK to be tricky, which would allow me to see a turn card by checking back the flop and thus getting a better price to set-mine.
: If the villain had AK, he would only Cbet once and then give up, so I should realise I'm behind here and save myself half a stack (54bb).
Which makes the most sense? Folding preflop, flop or river?