10/10 game. This hand is straddled, but straddles aren’t forced.
V1 (BTN) is a strong balanced player, who just came from a broken 10/25 game.
V2 (BB) is way way too stationy, both pre and postflop. Sometimes calls down to try to hit 5-outers with a middling/small pair and gives up on river (but also occasionally bluffs into weakness).
V3 (Straddle) is a reg
Hero is probably perceived a little bit on the loose side, but not crazily so.
Preflop UTG straddles to $20. Hero has KcQs and raises to $70 in LJ. V1 calls on BTN. V2 calls from BB. V3 calls from straddle.
Flop ($290): Ks 5d 4h (rainbow)
V2 checks. Straddle checks. Hero bets $210 with top pair. V1 calls. V2 calls. V3 (Straddle) folds.
Turn ($920): Ks 5d 4h Qd (backdoor diamond FD)
V2 checks. Hero bets $560 with top two. V1 calls. V2 calls.
River ($2600): Ks 5d 4h Qd 4d (backdoor flush comes in, and board pairs)
V2 checks. Hero?
Stacks at this point on river are:
Do we want to bet/call, bet/fold, check/call, or check/fold?
I think V2 mostly leads with any hand that beats us. However, I guess there's a chance he could have a hand like 67dd, 68dd, 78dd, etc.