I started off day 2 of the main event with a nicely above average stack. My table had several regs including AEJones, and a few recreational players. To my right was a middle-aged to elderly gentleman who I didn't think of as much of a threat. And I'm sure he'd be fine with that perception seeing as he promptly took a huge chunk out of my stack...
Everyone folds to older gentleman in hijack who makes it $1200. He had been fairly active pre-flop but I didn't know too much about him as this was probably the 3rd orbit at the table. I 3bet to $2800 in CO with AsKc. The button and blinds fold, Villain calls.
Flop: 6d Td Kh
He checks, I bet $4200, he raises to $10.2k, I call.
He bets $15.6k, I call.
He shoves for a bit over $30k.
Analysis: At the river, he waited about 7-8 seconds before shoving. I thought his value range was approximately: AK, 66, TT, KTs. I didn't even think he'd value-shove the river with KQ even if he had gotten there with it. I tanked for a few minutes, looking at him a lot and he looked completely calm. I really felt like he wasn't bluffing a busted draw or value-shoving worse, and finally tossed the hand.
The feedback I got from different people varied quite a bit: I played the hand right, I shouldn't have 3bet pre, I should have checked back the flop, played the same until the river then snap-called the shove, etc.
So I bring the hand to you. Thoughts on all streets very welcome.
(Thanks to the 2+2 thread on Jack Ury for the image.)