I had an interesting hand during the UOS which I want to share with you and maybe we could talk about that.
After I reviewed this hand I really want to reshove on the flop now...but during the tournament I just called. But now I think the best move is to reshove to this pot cbet.After I didnt shove on the flop I think I should reshove on the turn. But still just called.
My main question for you guys is how you would played this hand? And what you think about villain hand range?
Flop is a standard call.
What would you like to achieve by shoving there?
You are just going to valuetown yourself against better hands and make worse hands fold.
You can maybe get 99 or TT to fold, but that's about it.
If you shove this flop you are imo just scared of having a tough decision on turn or river.
I think you played it fine.
I know it sucks to fold river after having put in almost half your stack, but raising flop or turn is imo less EV than flatting
If you had hit on the river, you probably wouldn't have posted the hand.
Villain might also barrel hands like AK occasionally and give up on river.
Sure enough you might have "let him get there" with a hand like AQ, but if he has overs he only has 10.6% to hit on the turn.
So I think you played it ok, just no lucky outcome