Cash game, blinds $5-$10 ... I just lost a pot and couldn't reload in time... down to 65BB
Hero EP2, $655, 9 handed, JhJs
Preflop: EP1 limp, Hero calls, MP2/SB/BB call
Flop: AsJc2c … $40 pot after Rake (SPR 14) Hero bets $35 … SB and EP1 call
Turn: AsJc2c – 9c … $145 pot ($610 left behind) … BB bets $110
Villain’s range: JJ,99,AcQc,AcJc,AcTc,Ac9c,Ac8c,Ac7c,Ac6c,Ac5c,Ac4c,As3s,Ac2c,KcQc,KcJc,KcTc,QcJc,QcTc,Qc9c,JcTc,Jc9c,Jc8c,Tc9c,Tc8c,Tc7c,9c8c,9c7c,9c6c,8c7c,8c6c,8c5c,7c6c,7c5c,7c4c,6c5c,6c4c,6c3c,5c4c,5c3c,5c2c,4c3c,4c2c,3c2c,AcKd,AcKh,AcKs,AdKc,AhKc,AsKc,AcQd,AcQh,AcQs,AdQc,AhQc,AsQc,AJo,AcTd,AcTh,AcTs,KcQd,KcQh,KcQs,KdQc,KhQc,KsQc
1.Am I having Villain call with too many nonsuited broadway cards preflop in my range, then betting out vs 2 on the Turn with a draw? ... If so, how should I narrow my range?
2. I do not have pot odds to call. I am really not sure if I have implied odds to call unless Hero's range contains mostly made flushes. So I am hemming and hawing over calling for possible implied odds vs shoving.
Using an equity calculator, Hero has 51% equity vs the above range (if my range is no incorrect.. ie not containing too many flush draws). It is heavy in made flush hands but also has flush draws as well. How do I figure out if I have enough fold equity for a positive EV shove or whether my EV is higher by calling for implied odds? I am not truly sure I have enough implied odds. If he has a flush draw, he'll miss the majority of Rivers and I don't make my implied odds. However, then I have to wonder, "does the field bet out on the turn when they hit a flush draw and only have 1 in their hand?"