Villain is Unknown but has played most of the pots since they sat down an orbit ago. I called the flop because i didn't want to push villain off their hand, as i'm usually ahead here. Is raising the flop a better line?
The turn isn't a great card but their line makes absolutely no sense. So should hero make a hero call?
Quote: The turn isn't a great card but their line makes absolutely no sense. So should hero make a hero call?
Min-raise/call preflop followed by big lead on a 2-flush board, then a push when another overcard comes is consistent with a big hand. By the turn, it is likely a low set, two pair, or a big combo draw that is trying to fold out big 1-pair hands like AA and AQ. Since I doubt villain would min-raise/call preflop with QQ-AA, I think by the turn he has hands like 55,66,56s,KQs,7d8d,JdTd,AdTd,AdKd,AdJd.
All of these are candidates for min-raise/call preflop, then bet flop/push turn. Some of the draw hands might be less likely if villains isn't aggro w/ draws OOP.