$1800 effective with main Villain. All start with $1500+ each.
UTG1 - older savvy veteran. Probably played poker for decades. Plays tight, solid, and generally straightforward. Probably views hero as good and one of the more aggressive players amongst this mostly passive lineup.
Hero dealt AhQhAsTc in BB. UTG1 limps. MP (solid pro) $25. Btn (loose) calls. Hero $100 in BB. UTG1, MP, Btn all call. 4way action.
Flop ($400) Qc 9h 8h.
Should Hero lead here with nut flush draw and blockers to top set and straight? Hero checks. Utg1 $400. Folds back to Hero who calls.
Utg1 Has a tight limping range in early position pre-flop. That followed by him potting it into three deep stacked opponents is very strong. I thought his range was mostly JTxx and perhaps a few very strong nonnut hands like KQQT, KQQJ.
Turn ($1200) Qc 9h 8h 9s. Hero has $1300 left. Hero?
Full houses should be a very small part of his range since it would take four working cards on the flop like KQQT, KQQJ, QJT9, JT98, JT88. But should hero check hoping he checks back or start a semi bluff? If so, what sizing with $1300 left?