$1/2 Fold to River Raise after Checking the Turn?
In the HJ I ($ 600) get JsTs and raise to $ 10. Only the BU ($ 400), the best player at the table, who also plays 5/10 and apparently just didn't get a seat, calls. He's very tight, but he's also blown two minor bluffs. At the beginning of the season I already paid him once on the river when the flush came in and he prays big against my two pair. Flop ($ 23): AJ6r I check, he bet $ 20 and I call. Turn ($ 63): 3. We check both. River ($ 63): 6. My train of thought was that I was afraid of a big bet. So I wanted to play a block bet, $ 25. Now the big raise comes from him to $ 130. In my opinion, considering his possible range, there are few, no hands in it to justify this raise. Still, ok, out of fear, I fold. Quite a big bet for 1/2. He then turns over his T9s bluff with relish. Do you have to call something like that even in the small limit, because you know that the player usually plays larger limits? Or where can I optimize the hand? Check the River? Bigger block bet? As always ... thanks for tips.