Originally Posted by alphaena
combat carl was right and he called with JJ on the river.
my thought process was that I could represent some QJ (2 combos) , KTs (2combos) and sometimes I shove KQ/AK here here so this might look credible. On a second note combot carls point is valid that with all draws missed and the call line i took strong hands are somehow negligible and my bluff range is large. i am not balanced here.
That's funny because I kept saying JJ in my three comments but yeah it just felt like JJ to me.
We wanna narrow down the range but not to 6 combos of JJ. I think the proper range guesstimate should be something like ATs, QQ, JJ, or 88 if we thought the villain could have a hand that might fold on that K river.
It's definitely a tough spot to pull off a bluff given the action on flop an turn. And it's not like he never has a set or AA here at the same time.
I think you need a very good image to pull this off. Someone who knows how to take a FOS line to overbet(for instance, shove) thin for value with a river-ed TP type of hand vs the perceived range of something like QQ/JJ where you know that the villain is in bluff catching mode. Perhaps someone like Zigmund could pull this off but obviously on higher stakes.