Originally Posted by DMightyDuck
3) -On a QQ7K board, I would generally fold most river cards given no reads vs this opponent.
-You could maybe check raise a 7 river and fold to a 3!.
-Also, I would fold to River A/J/10. 9 might hurt our hand as J10 gets there as well.
I agree with your last point about broadway cards, but really, there are rather more deuces, treys, fours, fives, sixes, and eights in the deck than there are aces, jacks or tens. No way am I folding on the river to these cards versus an unknown. I might be more likely to fold versus a "fishTAG," which, I'm guessing, means among other things a snug opening range and weak-tight play on later streets. I think check-calling all three streets is the way to go, unless our pair gets counterfeited or maybe with another broadway card on the river (where we fold) or we fill up (where we k/r).
I hate the flop check-raise. We have a decent showdownable hand; we want to get value from villain's unimproved ace-highs, and I think we get more of that value by calling the turn and river or by leading the river if the turn checks through.
As played, we have to bet/fold the turn.
Nobody is commenting on preflop; seems marginal at best to me, even with good relative position and the SB sweetening the pot.