$50 NLHE 6-max: Good turn shove with K10o?
The other day I played a poker session, currently on a downswing, and I'd like to know if I played this hand poorly, or was it just due to pure bad luck.
It was a 5-handed friendly home game
Blinds: $0.36/$0.36 (Sorry for the awkward blinds, they're converted. For the sake of simplicity, I'd just refer to bets in BBs).
Approximate stack sizes:
Solid Player 1(UTG): 200BB
Villain (Cutoff): 300BB
Hero (Dealer): 200BB
Solid Player 2 (Small Blind): 150BB
Fish (Big Blind): 150BB
Hero tendencies: Tight-aggressive player, low VPIP, never bluffs in an all-in situation. Hand range is small.
Villain tendencies: Calling station, very very loose-aggressive player, VPIP is probably around 85% and above. Tends to bluff very often. Hand range is very wide. Constantly calls preflop raises. Aggressive bettor postflop.
UTG puts a straddle of 4BB. Everyone else calls and UTG checks his option.
Small Blind checks, Big Blind checks, UTG makes a bet of 12BB into a 20BB pot. Everybody else calls.
Small Blind checks, Big Blind checks, UTG makes a bet of 60BB into a 80BB pot. Villain calls, Hero shoves his remaining stack of 180BB into the 200BB pot. SB and BB instafolds, UTG folds as well. Cutoff goes into the tank, shows his cards. He talks to me, tries to get some information, and eventually reluctantly calls, even saying "I know you made your hand, but I feel lucky so I'm calling you."
(Straight, 9 to K)
(Straight, 10 to A)
Question: Was the turn shove alright? Or should I have just called to maintain pot size control? What I had on my mind was that I wanted to get rid of spade and club draws, so I decided to shove all in. Another question, should I have re-raised the flop? I knew villain was just lucky, drawing me out. But was there anything I could've done to chase him away from the pot?