$300-500 NL (5-5 blinds) at Hollywood Park Casino in LA. I sit down at 10am at a full table that has some big stacks and has been going all night...
In my very first hand:
HJ (Hero): $500
SB (Villain): $1700
Hero raises to $20 with QsJs. CO and Button call. SB thinks for about 30 seconds, then squeezes to $100. SB is a young, very aggro Asian kid who I've played with many times; he likes bluff a lot, and will double and triple barrel if he senses weakness. Though it's my very first hand, I'm pretty sure he reads me as relatively tight. I consider 4-betting to $250, but feel like I have better chance to either hit something good on flop or bluff shove over his inevitable c-bet.
Hero calls. CO and Button fold.
Flop: Kh 7d 10c
Villain instantly fires out $135. I think for five seconds, then shove all-in for $400. Villain thinks for two minutes, then finally calls.
Complete miss for me. Villain tables Qh 10h and scoops $1040 pot.
I thought I was very credibly representing AK (and perhaps KQs) with my preflop call of his 3bet. So if he is pretty sure that I have a K, does it make sense for him to call with only five outs and a backdoor flush and straight draws. Against someone like me who doesn't have a bluffy reputation, I'm not sure how he can call getting only 3-1 on his money (i.e. $265 to win only $775).
So, my two questions:
1) Did I have Fold Equity against a player like this?
2) Can he justify his call?