This is a discussion on $4 NLHE 6-max: I thought I got some kind of entitlement tilt within the online poker forums, in the Cash Game Hand Analysis section; Villian Stats (VPIP/PFR/AF): 64/14/2
Okay. I have kings and opponent is the fishiest fish. He totally f***ck me up. Damn.
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Preflop was fine as was C bet but there are so many hands that now beat your kings 78 gets there pocket 4s 5s or 6s as well as two pairs with the most likely being 45s or 65 lots of combos of hands. Sometimes with kings or aces we think we are unbeatable but it's one pair only not a great hand on such a connected board. Sure he could be bluffing but he has raised you big. Tough spot but look to let that go
The villain has a very wide preflop range, so this board is very complex to lead, when we have a high pair.
I think I would have bet lower on the flop, and on the turn I would probably expect it with a standard call, but if it was too big, maybe I would fold the turn.
Basically the sizes of large bets, give enough equity, and for which I do not intend to participate, when I have a strong hand but too dry, for this coordinated board.
re: Poker & $4 NLHE 6-max: I thought I got some kind of entitlement tilt
This is a very bad flop for an overpair. Someone could already have a made straight, and 16 cards in the deck will create a 1-liner. Check-call flop and probably check-fold turn, unless he bet really small.
Bet out less on the flop- 1/2 pot or so. He will still call with worse, but realize this board favors your opponent. Keep the pot small, but keep villain paying for draws.
Turn when he raises you should know you're behind. Jack didn't really change any thing (unlikely even this guy hit 2 pair) and fish aren't this wildly aggressive with a bluff. Maybe he could do it with AJ of diamonds, but that's only one hand. This should look uncharacteristic of a loose passive, so get away from it here.