Hero is UTG1 w/ $1100 behind w/ AKo.
Villain starts this hand w/ $400 behind.
Villain has only been at the table for a few orbits but has shown to be very recreational. He has 3 bet twice by min-raising in position and each time has shown down very marginal off-suit broadway combos (KJ, KQ). One time he flopped a pair and caught 2 pair on the river to win and the other time he flopped an open ender and hit his straight on the river after calling a c-bet and the turn went ch/ch. He has since donated most of that back to the table.
Hero opens to $20. Villain 3! to $40 from the CO. Hero 4! to $135. Villain snap calls.
Flop ($270) = Ac Kd 4h
Villain only has $265 behind. My thinking was shoving might get him off hands like Kx, gutters like QJ, QT, JT and might even scare off some Ax hands if he is 3 betting all of those.
Trying to exploit his wide 3 betting range, I bet small, $60 with the plan of jamming most turns. Hoping to keep in a large portion of his range.
Is this getting too cute or should I have just bet around $100 or so and ignored the stack sizes due to his recreational tendencies?
Jamming I guess is also an option.