First time poster here. $3/$5 NLHE, $500 max buy
Hero: Middle aged white conservative looking female, image pretty competent/value tendency/bluffs are small only/daytime reg.
eff: $700 ish
Villian: 21-ish yo unknown: Thinking social backpack kid, chatty, bought in full $500, merged 3-bet range in position once (99), haven't seen light 3-bet, one of two players 3 betting at table
Hero opens AKdd to 20 UTG, V 3-bets to 65, hero flats. (Reason: 4-bet UTG from a woman too strong(?))
Hero checks, V bets $65, Hero c/r to $225, hero calls.
Turn 2d, hero shoves 410 into 585, has freeroll if chopping
V talks... "show me if I fold?, show me one if I fold? Do you have me beat?" and folds AKss after I say I never show
Flatting 3-bet preflop oop ok knowing a 4-bet pre is very strong from UTG into a young kid's merged range?
Check raising flop AhKhJd ok on this board? I didn't like donking or c/c but...
Flop Sizing ok? How do I figure out the best c/r sizing here if I'm thinking forward to turn?
Thoughts during hand: Beat by AA, KK JJ, Q 10 suited (questionable in range), slightly ahead of JQhh, J10hh (not sure if in merge range). I don't want QQ and 10 10 to fold.
Shoving turn with awkward stack sizes ok? 410 is a pretty big absolute bet in our game, esp from an older unknown woman. Do I want a smaller bet for freeroll possibility but risking a chop? Do I want to bet him off a chop when I'm freerolling with flush?
Thanks for any help. With this high coordinated board, an unknown with a merged range, a freeroll, an awkward stack size, and being oop I had so many questions on how to play this hand better.
First time poster, be gentle.