There are 2 other villains on the hand.
Villain 1: $300
Villain 2: $450
Villain raises to $12 EP. I 3bet to $35. Villain 2 thought for a while and called in the BB. Villain 1 calls.
Here... I put villain 1 on something like JJ/QQ and AQ/AK. Of course he could have KK but chances are rare. Villain 2 i put him on high cards.
Flop comes Kc 6c 6d
Great flop for me. Pot size is $100.
Both check. I bet $65. Villain 1 folds. Villain 2 thought for a while and called.
Here... I put him on flush draw, King and small percentage some type of 6 like 76 or 56.
Turn comes 8h.
He checks. I check.
Pot size is $230. I have $295 left. He covers. I wanted to bet here but the thing was at this point, I didn't want to shove and then if he calls... well he got the 6 and i'm basically drawing to a 2 outer or even dead if he had quad 6s. Normally i bet here but the few previous sessions i played.... I have been overplaying my hands a ton such as overpair against sets and valuetowning myself so much. The thing was i was risking it by giving a free card if he had something like a flush draw which i thought he has. I normally bet this everytime but I told myself well i just sat down and have no clue about this guy so I check here and not going to overplay it. The problem though is due to SPR....i basically have like 4 for it. And an spr of 4 is okay to stack off to average player. Someone here told me dont look a spr much but problem here is i had no clue if he was a tight or loose player.
River comes Qd.
Final Board is
Kc 6c 6c 8h Qd.
Villain leads $100 into $230. I have $295 left.
I call. Villain turns over K10d.
When he bet this river... i was really confused at why he would bet it. The reason is when i check the turn... i mean... theres a good chance i had QQ and made my boat on the river since i cant be checking king. I don't think he would put me on AA or AK so his bet made not much sense to me. Like if i was him and i had K10d.... I would probably check the river because QQ got there.
I didn't like the Queen because KQ got there if thats what he had. And of course he could have quads or a6, 76 or 56 so i decided to call.
What i later found out at this table was this guy was incredibly loose. He rarely folds on the flop or turn if he flops any type of pair. So had i seen him play this much earlier... I would have easily bet the turn against him.
The thing was i was comparing my stack and it was $290 and $230 on the turn. If i bet here... how much should i bet. I thought $140 was good because i'm not giving him odds for flush draw. Problem here is if i bet $140 here... aren't i committing myself if i get c/r all in since i have only $150 left? Would it be better to just shove on the turn and overbet it due to the awkward stack sizes? Because if i bet $140 and he calls.... pot would be $510 on river and i have $150 left so if the flush card comes... then i have to call right?
Now looking at this situation had i seen him play this loose... i would have bet like $80 or $85 on the flop and then get it in on the turn when its $270 and i have $280 left for a pot size bet. A hand i later played against him i bet huge on the turn because i wanted to get stacks in but he folded.