Weeknight $1/2 Session at Twin River Casino
When I came to the table I was in the straddle position and I like to make a loose impression, So I straddle to $4. I have been seated for about 20 minutes and am up $35ish from my $300 buyin. I have been active early, and have had KK, QQ, AKo already. I'm feel like my image is pretty loose at this point and I haven't had to show down any hands so far. This table has more limpers than usual, as you will see in this hand. Hero has $335, MP Villain has $275, and HJ Villain has us covered with about $450.
Hero on the Button with Ah Ad
Every player at the table limps over to me. $12 in limpers, and $3 in blinds. I make it $20
The MP Villain is a man in his late 50s, and he calls.
The HJ Villain is a 25ish looking grinder, and he calls
Pot is $68ish. Flop is Kc 9s 5s
Both Villains Check
I Cbet $45
The MP villain calls (I have cbet him out of 2 pots already)
The HJ Villain check raises to 165.
What Now? If I call, I only have $150 behind.... In a pot that will be at LEAST $440 (if MP Folds)
It feels like a Jam or Fold situation, or am I failing to consider any information? I don't block nut flush draws (I have both red Aces) and its unlikely anyone is limp calling KK. Is there an amount that the HJ could rationally checkraise to where we can flat?
Jam? Call? Fold?
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