Originally Posted by WVHillbilly
11/7 don't call 3bets with AJ/AQ, let alone 4 bets.
eh you might be surprised how much bad-ish tight players can suck at folding to 3bets once they're sort of attached to a hand, and same can occasionally go for 4bets (especially small ones)
but imo the real issue is the fact that he 3bet at all. 160 hands is not a huge sample but 11/7 w/ 0% 3bet for that time is still pretty telling. i think this player 3bets AJ here never and AQ very very rarely, 88 never, 99 never. i think if he were 8/7 i'd actually give him a little
more credit for possibly 3betting AQ/88/99 PF because 8/7 demonstrate that when he does choose to play a hand, he likes to be the aggressor. but with 11/7 his VPIP and PFR are far enough apart that you can be pretty certain he feels way more comfortable just flatting with those hands (i wouldnt be the least bit surprised if he doesn't 3bet AK here either)
so yeah, you're crushed by everything in his range that makes any sense based on what we know of him. ya sometimes they'll show up with something surprising, but i doubt it's often enough. i can't fault the turn call that much, i mean we have decent equity and it was half-pot, but i'm pretty sure folding there is best. and river is definitely a c/f, even on a blank 2