Hero ($800): 20yo white male, has been active at the table, but my villain in this hand has only been at the table for a few orbits. May not notice much. I've gotten my stack by playing decently, haven't really shown down many hands. I seem pretty LAG, but I'm actually not playing that aggressively.
Villain ($300): 50-60yo white male, sat with $150 and doubled up early by slowplaying a big hand and getting paid. He had Kings and opened and bet 3 streets and won or something to that effect. He seems like a standard tight-ish ABC old white guy so far.
BTN ($500): 30yo white male, is new to table but is friends with another guy at the table and they play the same. He isn't bad, but has taken to minraising me a bunch with medium strength hands as a way to combat me cbetting a bunch. I folded a few times early to this move because I didn't know that was what he was doing. After I realized I saw him do this with 5J on 567.
Other stacks at the table are probably deeper than most, at an average of $350 I'd guess.
Preflop: Table has been limpy preflop and really only 2 people have been opening preflop with any frequency. I'm in CO (K
) and the blinds are $750 and $300 deep respectively. There are 2 limps to me, BTN limps, blinds call and check, we go 6 ways to the flop. I haven't been limping a ton, but didn't really like isoing because of the specific limpers in front of me.
Flop ($12): 6
4 checks to me and I bet $15. BTN raises to $30, SB folds, Villain raises to $60. I debate my options, but 5bet calling seems really disgusting for $300 and 5bet folding seems miserable too. I flat, BTN folds (I'm not surprised).
I don't overbet flops with a ton of frequency, but I'd do it here pretty wide and like doing it here. This is obviously one of the stronger hands I'd have here. Because of stack depths I think the big bet is ok.
Turn ($162): 2
Villain tanks for a bit and sincerely looked like he was going to shove but ends up checking. I think for a bit, label the spot WAWB and genuinely discount his ever having a draw here, and check.
River ($162): 8
Villain snap-announces $100 with ~$140 behind. Hero calls.
-Should I be looking for more value here vs. his range? Flopping full houses is difficult, and I beat most other 6s.
-If he shoves the turn here, am I calling?
-The flop should never be anything other than a call/reevaluate right?
-If I bet $75 OTT, I can always shove the river. But if I bet $75 OTT, I can't fold to his shoves OTT or OTR. Is that ok?