$50 NLHE 6-max: Flopped set facing a small donk on turn with a straightening and flushing board.
No-Limit Hold'em, $0.50 BB (6 handed)
Hero (MP) ($57.75)
SB ($39.23) - 42/32/3, 3bet = 12%, WTSD = 25%, W$SD = 60%, 200 hands.
: Hero is MP with 9
, 9[image: http://www.handhistoryconverter.com/poker-cards/heart.gif]
, Hero bets $1.50
, 2 folds
, SB calls $1.25, BB calls $1
: ($4.50) 4[image: http://www.handhistoryconverter.com/poker-cards/diamond.gif], 9[image: http://www.handhistoryconverter.com/poker-cards/spade.gif], 10[image: http://www.handhistoryconverter.com/poker-cards/heart.gif] (3 players)
SB checks, BB checks, Hero bets $3.50
, 1 fold
, BB calls $3.50
: ($11.50) 8[image: http://www.handhistoryconverter.com/poker-cards/heart.gif] (2 players)
BB bets $4.50
, Hero ?
What do we make of this small donk bet on the turn? Is it a weak 10 trying to block and get to showdown cheaply? Is it a semi-bluff on a FD/SD? Is it a made straight? 2P? Difficult to narrow down villain's range too much as he is very loose. I just have no feel for what this bet might represent, and therefore what to do about it. Any thoughts?