ok well I think for a while, use the time bank, decide that since I've played the hand so passively I can't really fold here with this kind of hand. I honestly didn't even think about sets, I was almost sure that first off this was not a bluff (because although I played it relatively passively, I still called 2 streets, not usually the place where most would over-bet bluff). So basically I was looking at whether he had AK here. I actually thought about folding, finally decided to call, and smacked myself (ok well not really) for not even considering the sets that had me. I still think it wasn't an easy fold, but the discussion here has convinced me that although the call wasn't horrible, I think the correct play is to fold here.
But the winner is:
Originally Posted by BelgoSuisse
If villain has read Harrington on cash games, this is exactly how he plays 99 on the river. Shove the nuts.
He had 99 here, although they are definitely not the nuts, as KK, K9, K7, and K4 all have him beat here.
All in all gotta give villain credit here. He put me on exactly the kind of hand I had, probably hoping for AK, and shoved hoping I'd call and he'd have me. He shoved, I called, and it worked out for him, I just didn't like it so much .
w/e, thanks for the input all.