Originally Posted by timiroberts
I'm flatting it here. For some reason, I'm thinking he has trips or two pair. You are trying to see the flush card so you can felt him.
I'm not sure about the two pair...
I'm confused on this one so I want to respond in hopes that other members take a look, disagree with me, or shine some of their own perspective on this hand. I think I would settle for flatting this and evaluating the situation again on the turn.
With a semi-bluff coming over the top I'm a little torn. If we push over and put him at the top of his range with a set, he'd need to fold somewhere >30% for it to be profitable, but we may be folding out hands that we beat and could extract value from on later streets. Also calling and actually hitting our flush may make him shut down completely.
I guess this is where pokerstove comes in hand to show the possible hands for opponent (even though it is a small sample size).
Cliff notes: I vote for a call.