seems like a pretty easy raise fold here in this spot... if you take this line. Given the reads on villian, Why do you say you probably have to call here when u raise and he jams? You said it yourself when he jams you are usally beat. I do not believe you are commited. He also has 2P and JQ in his range that you did not mention.. not to nit pick just saying. I sometimes will just call vs a villian that has a strong DB range, is that bad? I just feel theres alot of turns were not really happy to commit with. IE any Diamond Q, J 10,
guessing thats about 16 cards. Great vid so far and sorry if none of this makes sense its almost bed time lol. Awesome vid BTW!
Depends on what range you assign the villain for shoving. Without a read I'm going to assign him the range of KQ+ which includes all other made hands like 2 pair and straights, then NFD and combo draws like 87, 67, jx of diamonds. Vs that range I'm fairly sure I'm priced in to call or very close. Villain can always have a random head explosion hand in his range as well. Feel free to do the pokerstove dance and confirm for yourself, don't believe everything I say.
If you've watched the previous episodes of this series, I've said that I'm of the opinion that you should stick as much money into the pot as possible when villain is repping a strong range that you're ahead of instead of slow playing. No everyone agrees and this is my own interpretation.