Being ahead but not being correct to raise?
So I recently (lol months ago) had a hand that I played wrong because it referred to a concept in poker that I wasn't well versed in. I had the best hand, but wasn't a favorite to win. Here's how the hand went down.
Hero is on BTN with AcKc.
Villain is in the MP+1.
Effective Stacks 200 BBs, stakes 2/3 NL, live cash game.
Several limps, hero raises to 7 BBs. One call, folded to villain, villain calls. Pot ~25 BBs after rake.
Villain checks, Hero bets 20 BBs. 1 fold. Villain raises to 60 BBs.
Now, I've just been check raised on the flop, which means I could be up against a wide variety of hands. But for the sake of the discussion, Let's say I'm up against QsXs, where x isn't K, by some ungodly read.
In this particular scenario I folded, while I wanted to stack off. If I stack off here, and villain calls, he is a favorite to improve the better hand (unless my math is off), he has 9 outs to a flush, two to hit a Q, and three to his kicker, for a total of 14 outs, with an estimated 29% to win on each street, stacking off would be the correct move for the villain.
The correct move would be to call, and if villain doesn't hit one of his obvious (spade or Q) outs, then fire up the big gun, correct?
What is this concept called? Any similar situations?
Sorry, too tired to do my usuall elaboration.
And yes, my read was correct.