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with regard to folding being the best option on the turn, I'm not 100% I agree with you. I constructed turn betting range basis some assumption I have of laggy opps and I cam up with this bettibg range if we check again to opp:
44, 66, KQo, KTo, QJo-QTo, KdJh, KcJd, KcJh, KsJh, KdJs, KhJs, KQs, KTs, QJs-QTs, As6s, As4s, 8s6s, 7s6s, 7s5s, 6s5s
Some of this is his flop bluffing range that has now picked up equity like pairs and FD or ST8 draws. Against this range we have 64% equity, but I guess his depends on whether villain bets these hands again, or checks
if his betting range more this then we're 51.6% with a really interesting/tough spot on the river:
44, 66, QJo-QTo, KcQd, KcQh, KdQs, KcQs, KdQh, KhQs, QJs-QTs, As6s, As4s, KsQs, 7s5s
Just thought it worth to mention. As you mention though, being OOP makes this a a bit of a mine field, but snap folding may not be the best route. Pls point out any errors in thinking
What about bet/folding turn?