Hello folks, n00b presenting himself.
First of all, I don't have the situation I'm about to describe converted to a userfriendly format, so if that is a demand for you to answer my question, stop reading right here, sorry I took your time.The reason I don't have the hand converted in the nifty way most other posters have, is that the site I play at isn't supported in the converter tool. (Svenska Spel, a swedish site I mostly hang out at, since I'm a swede, and since there's usually relatively easy money waiting for me there.)Anyway, the currency here is SEK, a $ is approximatly 6.5 SEK when this is written, and the game is micro-NL (1/2 SEK), full ring game.I'll do some feeble attempts to somewhat replicate the converter tools text when I try to describe the situation.Villain is a player who doesn't play many hands, and when he do, he plays them hard. When he leads, he mostly checkraise in order to maintain the lead when he pf raises and has position and was being bet into on the flop. In this particular hand, I therefore (preflop) put him on a class A-hand, but after the turn I wasn't so sure ...Anyway, here goes ....Hero pos 5 (counting the dealerbutton as pos 1.)Villain pos 7 Hero : 647 SEKVillain : 475 SEKPreflop:Hero is dealt 7c 7sHero posts blind 2 SEKVillain raises to 8 SEK(All folds, Hero calls)FLOP : 5c, 6s, 9sHero checks, Villain bets 16 SEK, Hero calls.TURN : TsHero checks, Villain bets 40SEK, Hero callsRiver : 7hHero bets 130 SEK, Villain (after quite some thinking) calls ...Now, I don't post the villains cards, but since I made a post about this, you probably can figure out that I lost it. I realize that your reasoning might go along the lines of : "Hey, he bet on flop and turn, and there's a obvious flush out there, you deserve to get beat by it!". I can accept that line of reasoning, but what I really wanna know is, what is the cheapest way to to find out where I stand, if the turn isn't an option? In my opinion, the flop isn't a good idea, I would be called (or raised) by a overpair, and the (relatively large) riverbet didn't make him go away either. Any thoughts are appreciated, thanks in advance.