Villain is passive, loose preflop, and cautious postflop. He does a lot of limping pre. In a prior hand Villain overlimped in MP with AJo and called my BTN raise. His open raising range is pretty tight, probably close to AQ+,AJs+, KQs, TT+.
The blinds are 1/2. Effective Stacks are $450. Game is pretty loose -- I've had a 3bet of $60 get called in 3 spots. Raises to $15 will typically get called in 4-5 spots.
Villain opens MP to $15 (standard), Loose Passive (70% VPIP) on BTN calls, Hero raises to $80 in SB with A♦ K♦ , Villain calls, BTN folds.
Already I'm nervous with Villain calling here. I'm feeling that perhaps a 3bet is too optimistic, though, I do understand 3bet is the standard play here.
Flop: K♣ Q♣ J♣
Hero checks, Villain bets $130.
With stack sizes as they are, I'm probably committed if I make this call. Is it too tight to fold to a single bet on the flop?