Here's a simple one that maybe isn't so simple in hindsight?
2/5 $500 Cap
Villain in BB is a mid-20s white guy, seems regish. Hasn't gone to showdown much, but has taken lines that make me believe he's a solid winning player.
Hero has been pretty tight/quiet, not playing many hands due to distribution of cards, but everything shown down has been nuttish.
Other players typical loose/passive recs.
Preflop: UTG limps. Hero in MP with A
raises to $25. Button calls. Villain in BB calls. UTG calls.
Pot $100. Flop: T♦
. Checks around.
Pot $100. Turn: Q
:. Villain bets $80. UTG folds. Hero calls. Button folds.
Pot $260. River: 4
:. Villain bets $250. Hero?
I got to the river and feel like I capped myself by just calling the turn. Is raising the turn an overplay? MDF says I need to call this river, right? Even to this sizing? Kinda feel like everyone and their mother knows what I have here...