[50 NL FR] AKs in BB, flops draw
Villain is running about 15/10/1.8 or so over ~100 hands. Is frequently stealing his COs and BTNs and this is a pretty obvious spot for one.
I think my image at the table is a bit on the aggressive side (I was running about 23/20 or so at the time.. ~75 hands or so) on this table which factored into my decision making a little bit as I kinda had a suspicion he might be playing sheriff on this one, but I can't be sure.
What range is the villain on and what do we do with the turn? Is the bet sizing on the flop ok? His flat call both pre and post flop sort of threw me a little even though this spot is somewhat normal I just wanted some feedback to see if my thinking is ok.
$50.00 USD NL Texas
Hold'em - Sunday, February 08, 11:02:51 ET 2009
Table Ragazza III (Real Money)
Seat 2 is the button
Seat 1: Villain ( $63.65 USD )
Seat 2: MoeCashMaker ( $55.70 USD )
Seat 3: JazzmanAHL ( $34.65 USD )
Seat 4: Hero ( $82.05 USD )
Seat 5: Tdub2368 ( $87.05 USD )
Seat 6: SARA PEZ ( $51.00 USD )
Seat 7: Squirrel54 ( $52.10 USD )
Seat 8: DuMacuk ( $50.50 USD )
Seat 9: ricecooka972 ( $50.50 USD )
JazzmanAHL posts small blind [$0.25 USD].
Hero posts big blind [$0.50 USD].
** Dealing down cards **
Dealt to Hero [ Kh Ah ]
SARA PEZ folds
Villain raises [$1.75 USD]
Hero raises [$5.50 USD]
sevens113 calls [$4.25 USD]
** Dealing Flop ** [ 6h, Th, 3d ]
Hero bets [$7.50 USD]
Villain calls [$7.50 USD]
** Dealing Turn ** [ 6c ]