This is a $5/$10 $5k cap.
Hero just sat down and folded a hand while getting situated and get A◇A♤ on my 2nd hand.
Hero($5000)- UTG limps in casually while setting up my chips. HJ opens to $35. Villain is on the button and 3 bets to $125. Hero 4 bets to $500. HJ gets out the way and the villain flats immediately.
Even though I just sat at this table, this villain is a fishy LAG. He is loose and aggressive but he never really thinks about what he is doing. He kind of just clicks buttons and the last time we played he made a huge bluff against another guy with rags and showed it, and when I asked him about it later he said he came into the hand just to bluff that dude out. Also he tells people his name if Freddy 5 bet (though he passed on the oppurtunity.) Anyway back to the hand.
Flop($1050)- T♤ 6♡ 2♤.
I size down and bet $250. He calls.
At this point is very obvious he also has an overpair and while it doesn't really matter that 2 pairing the board takes away any 2nd pair he could hit with the minute chance he called with Tx. So I shoot out $750. He goes into the tank for a long time and makes the call.
So I always watch the villain and not the board when the dealer turns the cards over. When the card hit the board his face lit up and he turns to me eagerly awaiting my bet. When I see this I know he just hit something. I thought he had KK up until this point. Now I'm pretty sure he has JJ but this dude could easily still be beat because he never worries about his opponents hand strength.
What do you guys do right here?