The main villain in this hand seems like he's normally a nightmare to play against post-flop both in and out of position. Villain is definitely a reg in these games. He plays very loose, calling lots of pre-flop raises both in and out of position and makes a lot of moves post-flop. He also occasionally limps big pocket pairs and AK to limp/reraise and he balances that by limp/reraising with trash and offsuit connectors. He floats a lot to bluff turns + rivers, I've seen him check-raise bluff a paired and flushed board over 2 people with a busted straight draw and get looked up. He's definitely capable of turning marginal hands into bluffs and making hero calls. Very good hand reader. Up until this hand played out, I had not seem him make a really big move for over 150 BBs.
The most recent pot we played is when the game was 4-handed, he limped UTG, BU folded, I made it $50 from the SB with A 9 , he limp/reraised me to $150, I called. Flop was A T 6 , i c/call $150, turn is an 8 , it went check/check, river is a K and it went check/check and he showed JTo.
Game is playing 4-handed right now
Hero has $5,000 in his stack and villain covers
Hero is dealt J 9 on the BU. CO limps, Hero makes it $40, SB calls, villain in the BB calls, CO calls.
Flop is 6 8 T
Checks to hero on the BU, hero checks behind
Turn is Q
Checks to CO who gay bets $50, Hero makes it $180, SB folds, villain in the BB makes it $500 to go, CO folds, Hero raises to $1300, villain thinks for a minute and calls
River is K
Pot is $2,190, Hero has $3,480 behind
Villain thinks for a minute and checks
I'm well aware that my hand is completely face up at this point after the 4-bet on the turn so villain has to know exactly what I have. How do I play this river? I know that there's plenty of worse hands that could call my last raise on the turn (79 with a flush redraw, 79 looking to bluff a good river, set looking to boat up) and it's also possible he has the same hand as me but it's unlikely that he's freerolling as I'm pretty sure he just gets it all in on the turn if he's freerolling
Been up for 24 hours straight and just finished a very long session so my thoughts might not be articulated very well lol