This is a simple spot from a few weeks ago - I captured it because it was interesting at the time:
I'm dealt KQo UTG, and raise to $11. I can limp or raise in that spot but this time, I opt to raise. Tightish older black guy calls in UTG+1, as do 5 others.
We see a KK8o flop (BINGO). I decide to check since there's not much that can call my lead bet and the UTG+1 bets $15. As expected, it folds around to me and I call.
Turn is an 8, giving me the second nuts to quads. I check again, and he checks behind.
Here's where the action falls: River is an A and I lead for $45 - hoping to salvage some action out of the top boat. I do get action - perhaps more than I wanted (side note: careful what you wish for...) and he raises a step above min to $95.
As I see them, the options are: Raise all in (probably around $300 to start the hand), call the $50 raise, or fold.
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