So villain is a pretty good LAGTAG. I\'ve seen him make a few plays, and he seems to know what he is doing. His pf numbers are 35/21, but I havent seen him get really out of line so far. The only big pot we\'ve played I raise pf, he 3-bet OOP, and I called with 33. The flop came 89T. he checked the flop and I checked behind. he checked the turn and I bet about 2/3 of the pot hoping to get to a SD or fold out a better pkt pair, and he c/r me for about 3x my bet. I obv folded.
My image at the table is fairly TAG. I\'m playing about 29/20. I\'ve been iso-raising limpers quite a bit, 3-bet squeezed a couple of times, but have generally had good hands the few times I\'ve shown down.
So on the flop I didn\'t know what to do. If I bet and he shoves I am in a tough spot with a double gutter and an over, but I could be drawing nearly dead if he has diamonds to go along with his hand. His stack size makes it tough becase if he has a hand he is almost certainly going to shove if I c-bet.
obv the turn is the worst card in the deck. and I figure it isnt even worth trying to catch a bluff since if I just call he\'ll probably bet big on the river both with good hands and bluffs.
I ended up checking the flop, and check folding the turn. But I wondered if that is correct, or if I should have put in some action at some point.
Absolute Poker $2 No Limit Hold\'em - 5 players
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Preflop: Hero is SB with A, J
UTG raises to $8, CO folds, Button folds, Hero raises to $27, BB folds, UTG calls $19.
Flop: ($56.00) Q, 9, T (2 players)
Hero checks, UTG checks.
Turn: ($56.00) J (2 players)
Hero checks, UTG bets $10, Hero folds.
Final Pot: $56.00