Triple P returned to the Chuck Sunday for a quick three-hour session, which was relatively uneventful. The following hand went down in the first 15 minutes. Villain was a Reg; a woman in her mid-thirties who I've played with before. While I don't know her well, my impression is that she's capable and aggressive. In the mere 15 minutes I had been at the table, her stack had taken several hundred dollar swings. In short, she's not afraid to get her money in the middle. She began the hand with about $600. Pete has $310 and is in middle position for the action:
Villain limps for $2 in early position. One caller. Action gets to Pete, who looks down at 99. Pete raises to $12. It folds around to Villain who calls $10 more. Second limper comes along.
Flop [$39 in pot]: T 6 4 rainbow.
Villain and limper both check. Pete bets $28. Villain calls. Limper folds.
Turn 4. Check; Check.
River 2. Villain bets $50.
What's your play?
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