1-3, like 500 effective, villain covers. V is a mid-30s Asian guy. Doesn't seem overly aggressive or spewy. I raise UTG to 10, with kings, he calls in UTG plus two another person calls in the field . We go three ways to the flop.
Flop is J83, rainbow. I bet 20 into 30, figuring that jacks and straight draws will call and that's about it. V calls, other dude fold.
Turn is a brick, a red 2 that completed the rainbow. I bet 60 into 70. Rationale for this is that I don't expect the dry straight draws to continue but I suspect a 1/3 player to call down at least two streets with a jack. Something odd happens now, he raises to 130 --- so almost a min-click back. Obviously, 3-betting a raise on the turn is over-repping an overpair. But, given pot odds (it's like 260, 70 to call) do you think we have the 20-25 percent equity against range to make the call and see what happens on the river?