$Freeroll NLHE MTT Rebuy: Ace high river call
Blinds 125/250 ante 25.
The villain in this hand has done some really stupid things like randomly open jam and definitely was overbluffing and I have seen him show up to the river with some random hands
Everyone folds to the CO
Villain CO (18276)
Hero BB (12,184) - AdTh
CO limps, Button limps, SB folds, Hero raises to 1000, CO calls, button folds.
Flop (2575) Jd9c2c
Hero checks, CO bets 1288, hero calls.
Turn (5151) Jd9c2c5c
Hero checks, CO bets 2751, hero calls.
River (10,653) Jd9c2c5cJh
Hero checks, CO bets 3551, hero calls.
Preflop: I know this limp from villain is very weak because he has shown the propensity to just open jam his stronger holdings. It also looks like button wants to see a flop so I elect to raise for value with what is likely to be the best hand and to take initiative in the pot.
Flop: I elect to check because we have some showdown value with ace high because villains range is probably around 80% of his hands. He also has been known to bluff really random hands so I feel like we have enough equity to play a turn.
Turn: Villain bets again which I thought either meant he had a flush or nothing. If he had a pair I feel like he would check back the turn based on his previous play style. With that being said I feel like he is still barreling the turn and using this club as a scare card. He could have also picked up equity with a flush draw. I also thought If I call turn he will check back all his showdown value hands on the river, and bet all his bluffs and flushes.
River: The jack comes in and I think this is a good card for me. He is unlikely to have top pair because the amount of combos of hands with a jack in them go way down with two on the board. I also block JT by having a ten in my hand. Im getting a little better than 4 to 1 so I only need to be right around 20% of the time on the river so I put in the call. His sizing throughout the hand (1/2 pot, 1/2 pot, a little bigger than 1/3 pot) also felt very bluffy