Hand History for Game 1513974463 $100.00 USD NL Texas Hold'em - Thursday , November 11 , 07:23:15 ET 2010 Table Dream Arena (Real Money) Seat 2 is the button Seat 1: joedunning ( $98.00 USD ) Seat 2: Hero ( $96.60 USD ) Seat 3: berty24 ( $99.00 USD ) Seat 5: datonyz ( $66.45 USD ) Seat 6: reece116 ( $274.50 USD ) berty24 posts small blind $0.50 . datonyz posts big blind $1.00 . Dealt to Hero: reece116 folds joedunning raises $3.00 Hero calls $3.00 berty24 folds datonyz folds FLOP ($7.50) joedunning bets $5.62 Hero calls $5.62 TURN ($18.74) joedunning checks Hero bets $12.50 joedunning calls $12.50 RIVER ($43.74) joedunning checks villain is 23/10/1 over a small sample, and seeing that, i assume he is a bit on the weaker side... i have been playing straight forward for the most part except for a few cbets here and there which are pretty standard. so in this hand i decided to float my two overs and bdfd and bd-oesd. an Ah comes on the turn and i bet to represent a flush and use that A as a scared card to get him off 66 - 99 and maybe even a T. but he calls and another T comes out which sucks. my question is, is it good to barrel again here to get him off his hand even if the board paired? sure he could have a T, but he could have other random hands with a heart that decided to c/c to hit a flush. or do we just give up since "the board paired"?