'I dont know....Im calling'
Sorry, but wtf is that all about?
He clearly has you beat. Fish like never bluff c/r this river, so why are you calling this?
Im not in love with the 3/4 thin vbet on the river. I think an underbet gets called more often here.
I like $3.20 or so.
In this hand, you also seem to be putting a thinking players thought process into your opponents thought process. Fish do not have a logical thought process...
I also think think the term 'Initiative' is fairly redundant nowadays. It is a word that is thrown about which really has little meaning most of the time. It should be about making the most +EV play, regardless of whether you have the 'initiative' or not.
I didn't do a good job of explaining my call, my apologies. That said, I don't think it is an obvious fold. IME, players do a lot more river bluffing HU than they do at a full table. It also was strange that the opponent would c/c on a very drawy flop, lead turn, then c/r a blank river. I said 'i'm just going to call' because although I don't know this opponent's exact tendencies, pot odds + fd and several straight draws missing + wierdo line + oddstacked random led me to look him up there. If I was to continue playing him HU for a while, there also is some value to seeing what he would take such a line with. I don't feel that tilt played any part in calling there. B-rye agreed with the call in his initial comments as well.