Originally Posted by Tourbound68
So a friend of mine was playing ten and a quarter last night and the following hand came up.. The table is 4 handed.
The villain in this hand is is unknown with no previous history... For the hour and a half they have played, he has shown to be pretty aggro. He has 4 bet one time into a 3-bettor and cols caller, he showed the bluff of qc8c.
Hero is in the big blind with QsJc.. Villain makes it 100 UTG and it folds to Hero in BB who 3-bets to 325. Villain calls.
Flop comes Jx8s5s.. Hero check calls 525 from villain.
It is pretty evident that the Hero has played this hand terrible up to this point..
But the question is: Given the action, if you are the Hero, what is the most optimal way to play the turn?
Lead/Fold- to raise?
And your reasoning behind it.
Pre is really pretty bad overall, but c/c'ing flop is fine.
c/c turn and c/c rivers, 1st because of the second- most value + having Qs.