I haven't played much poker the last few months, and I feel pretty rusty right now. So line check on a hand from 5/10 last week.
$1125 effective, villain covers.
Rec player opens to 35 utg2. Hero to 100 hijack with A♦
Villain, loose fishy Asian guy, cold calls on the button. Utg2 calls.
Flop (315) K♣
Check, hero 150, btn calls, fold.
Turn (615) A
: Hero check, villain 275, call.
River (1165) 5
Preflop sizing could have been a little larger. I usually go about 3x in position, but slightly more might be better.
Should this be a cbet on the flop? This board really hits my range for 3betting an EP open. And I don't have too many high equity bluffs to balance all the hands that I want to value bet. I thought this one was okay, with the bdfd, maybe close though.
On the turn, I'm thinking I should possibility be check/folding? Seems really weak, but I don't know if he has enough bluffs here, and I don't really beat his value bets. Unless he decided to bet a hand like KT, which most recs probably check back, it might be a fold even at this price.
On the river I have $600 left. Is it too thin to value bet? I feel like most of the hands I beat will check back, and the front door flush draw missed. I doubt he continues to bluff. So check/calling seems bad.
Any thoughts @KiLee