Here is a hand player few weeks ago, that I already discussed with few poker friends already. Altough, I still think the turn spot is interesting and I was a little bit surprised to see him take this line.
I had him at 14/11 over 1.2k hands
He steal 33% from SB and fold 80% vs resteal. This is basically why I decided to flat pre.
He cbet 73% OTF, but has a weird 29% turn cbet combined with a 40% turn c/raise % (this number might be a little screwed tought, 10 observations only) and a 6.1 agg factor.
I am mainly interested in the turn spot, as I would like to know what range you assign him OTT? I really don't know why he would check shove OTT that big, making his bluffs so expensive.... and I think he would barrel a lot of the time with draws here and the Q is a good card to barrel. Plus, by betting that big , he reduce a lot our calling range to mainly sets (and MAYBE AQ with history / specific read I guess). Also, we never ever have QQ here and we probably raise a lot of strong hands OTF on such a wet board. So can he just try to make us fold the narrow range that he realisticly represent (can he think at that level).
Any comment is welcome.
PokerStars Zoom No-Limit Hold'em, $1.00 BB (9 handed) - PokerStars
Converter Tool from FlopTurnRiver.com
Hero (BB) ($118.49)
: Hero is BB with A
, SB bets $3
, Hero calls $2
: ($6) 2
, 5 (2 players)
SB bets $3.83
, Hero calls $3.83
: ($13.66) Q (2 players)
SB checks, Hero bets $8
, SB raises to $93.17 (All-In)