Originally Posted by Munga30
Im trying to understand why kckr is a credible way to play hands stronger than a pair of jacks, which is what you're repping when you 3bet the river. Im not getting it.
I think DaveR's line is a perfectly good way to play 99 or KQ or some other boat combo. My problem with his line isn't that he isn't credibly repping a boat, but that villain's value raising range on the river will mostly include hands that aren't folding to a 3! HUHU online players aren't too often in the business of folding straights getting 12:1.
EDIT: Whoops, just realized that if villain had a straight he would lose to a flush as well as a boat (didn't notice three clubs on the board). That makes it closer obv.