Villain is a very loose pre, a bit of a monkey and not a good hand reader. After playing with him for a while, I determined that he almost always bets the turn when the flop gets checked through no matter how many people are in the hand and how wet the board is, and sometimes also follows up with a river bluff. I successfully bluff raised his turn bets a few times because of the frequency he has air
Villain limps UTG (which could mean top 40% of hands)
Decent reg overlimps
Hero has AcKd in MP and raise to 25
Folded around to villain who calls
6s 4s 3s
I was pretty much going to give up here. He was likely to do something funny if I cbet, and I have nothing
Villain bets $40
Villain bets $80
The jackass says "straight" and shows 78o
Wtf? That's not a straight...
I don't fall for it and pay attention before I muck
Pretty standard? Was I supposed to raise the turn if I hit my K and fold to a turn 3-bet? Also, it helps balance my turn bluff raising range if I raise with one pair. Or do I just call and let the idiot keep betting?