$510 effective. 9 handed 2/3 w/ mandatory UTG 5 straddle. 5 to bring in. Game is pretty decent action and we are seeing the flop with every deal. Maybe 75% of hands are raised pre-flop, few 3-bets, and if it is, we know what it means (AAxx).
Main villain in SB is tightish and capable of making laydowns (~$800). Earlier in session, he lost a big pot (>100BB) getting married to top two on non-flush/non-straight board against other villain below who bet-3-bet the flop big (he had middle set).
Villain on Button (~$1200) is really loose and aggressive and talkative. He's playing like 80% of hands raising a majority of them pre. Calls all 3-bets regardless of stack depth of opponent. Aggressive with his draws and is sticky.
I have a tight aggressive image, playing far fewer hands than the table norm sticking to strategy of only playing 4 cards that work together.
Preflop ($10 - 9 players). There is a straddle, and I open to $20 ($510 eff) with K♥
: from HJ, Button calls, SB re-pots to $90, I call, button calls.
Flop ($270 - 3 players). Q♣
. SB tanks for 30-45 seconds, and I'm pretty sure he hates this flop, as this hits my raise-call range pretty hard. Finally, he leads for $125, I ??? My thought process is I have an open-ender and a pair, but 2 of my outs are probably in SB's hand. But I can represent a set or a top two run down? As is, I have the bottom of my range to consider continuing. What would you do given my options?