Main villain just sits down and is the UTG1 seat for this hand. He is a middle aged Asian who buys in for $300 when the table average stack is close to $1k. This is literally his first hand.
UTG limps - He has played very straightforward.
Main Villain limps behind in the UTG1 seat.
I raise to $30 w/ TT in the LJ and am effective among the remaining players with $1.1k.
Main villain in UTG1 thinks for a small bit and then jams for $295.
I have encountered similar spots like this before. And my thinking was that I could heavily discount AA, KK and even QQ in a spot like this. Leaving villain with a range with something like this: JJ-77, ATs+, KJs+, QJs, AQo+
Do you guys find this range reasonable?
And if so do you prefer the call or re-jam?