Originally Posted by Hicham009
Why are we reraising if it isn't for the purpose of stacking off? I can't see a logical reason behind this raise that is followed by a fold. Are we bluffing with KK? And what are we trying to fold out?
we're not bluffing KK, we're just with an overpair facing a raise on a dry board with a possible straight which hits villain perceived range perfectly, he could easily have a straight there, set, or 2-pair.
I think after you got raised on this board, calling>4-betting, because you will get shoved-called by better and fold worse ALMOST EVERY TIME(hands which may call you would be TT-QQ or some weird A9.
And since villain did his min-raise, if you think you've got a good hand, use villains mistakes against him, he min-raised you giving you a chance to call cheaply! if he leads with aggression betting hard, you can safely fold.
Also since he seems tricky, he may try to check-raise you OTT again, so you just check behind and disarm him.
If you still think your KK are ok there, you can call a turn bet(even a pot sized bet).
If you do this play in the way you will at least see 4 showdowns calling istead of 1 showdown shoving =)
as played, fold to the shove, if villain is retarded, it's ok to call.