I have recently become the most aggressive guy at the table, because I have been picking up hands pre-flop lately. The villain in the hand calls flops too wide. He has about $170 and I cover with about $300.
Hero MP1 raises to $8 A♥️J♣️ CO calls pot $18. Flop Q♦️5♦️4♠️ Hero bets $15 villain calls, pot is about $40 after rake. Turn 6♣️ checks through. River K♦️ Hero bets 25 CO folds.
The villain is a typical $1-2 player, who is not very aggressive, but I have seen him make enough bets to know that he isn’t super passive. I feel a lot of times when a guy is in position and it looks like the pre-flop raiser stabs the flop and checks back turn that he has given up, so I think all but the most passive players semi-bluff this turn with a flush draw. Even guys who don’t typically semi-bluff will in this situation. So I think once we get to the river, he doesn’t have many flushes, but more likely hands like A5, A4, 56 and 67.