Originally Posted by F Paulsson
With what range does a solid player cap the turn, after we've shown so much strength?
If we assume that this is not just a longwinded bluff () then villain's range is actually fairly small
1) Although JT looks extremely plausible post-flop play, if he is indeed a solid player he would not have raised pre- UTG with J high
2) A flopped set of Ks or Qs is also fairly unlikely as he probs would have 4-betted PF instead of just calling the 3-bet
This means that the only hands I can really see here are KQ, AK and AQ or of course 22, but even with KQ I seriously doubt he would have 4-betted the turn when the ace came off - anyway it comes down to you not being able to beat anything but a bluff, but if 22, AK and AQ are just as likely as each other I think you check/call hoping for the split (ridiculous, I know )