Originally Posted by NeverScaredB
I made it 2500. I thought I could pick a sizing where he'd be way more inclined to flat than 5-bet and clean up relative position issues, and I thought he'd make a ton of mistakes when I checked back flops (which I was planning on doing a lot).
The predictable happens and I see a flop HU against the Euro with 5300 in the middle.
The flop is 6h7hQc. He leads for 3K.
Super flop for you. Call.
In the most likely spot that he is std c-betting, you get to pot control and win.
If he does have a Q, then you still have position on a very wet flop. Lot of raising opportunities in later streets when scare cards come, to get him off his 1 pair.