unchupie = 29/13 151 hs AGG FREQ. 21% - unchupie is limping a wide range from UTG here, but he's clearly not an aggressive player.
Interested to know what everyone is doing in this spot. A passive player X/R us on a connected board, and we are deep with an overpair.
Generally, 29/13 type players don't make moves, and we should take their aggression seriously. However, we can't rule that out, so I feel like we have to call and re-evaluate the board and his action on the turn IP. Thoughts? Anyone just folding here?
pokerstars Hand #82615548758: Tournament #577769284, €4.50+€0.50 EUR Hold'em No Limit - Level X (200/400) - 2012/06/29 15:40:29 WET [2012/06/29 10:40:29 ET]
Table '577769284 19' 6-max Seat #4 is the button
Seat 1: unchipie (40493 in chips)
Seat 2: vaness17270 (47553 in chips)
Seat 3: kaz_mooon (44359 in chips)
Seat 4: BscHons (41265 in chips)
Seat 5: juan mickael (7926 in chips)
Seat 6: testuo79 (8751 in chips)
unchipie: posts the ante 50
vaness17270: posts the ante 50
kaz_mooon: posts the ante 50
BscHons: posts the ante 50
juan mickael: posts the ante 50
testuo79: posts the ante 50
juan mickael: posts small blind 200
testuo79: posts big blind 400
*** HOLE CARDS ***
Dealt to BscHons [Qs Qh]
unchipie: calls 400
vaness17270: calls 400
BscHons: raises 1599 to 1999
juan mickael: folds
unchipie: calls 1599
*** FLOP *** [Tc 6h 9d]
BscHons: bets 2222
unchipie: raises 2978 to 5200
i'd never just fold vs anyone, although i probably should. Def not against this guy though..just call and see what happens on the turn
I think a fold is right here.
Calling is just going to put you on the road to losing a ton of chips.
Given your read and the action, he is holding 87 or trips a large percentage of the time. If you convince yourself to call on the flop, how will you fold on the turn? No card will scare him if he has trips or a straight, so he'll bet for sure. And if you tell yourself that QQ is worth calling here, what card will come that makes you fold later?
You'll just end up calling three straight streets and losing half your stack.