1/2 300 max no
Villain 1 (300) older white guy. Plays very weak tight - although he will make bad calls with big overpairs, he can actually bet fold post. Played with him several times and always thinks ppl have big hands. Bet sizing is also very transparent. I was in a pot with him where I raised aq with the queen of spades multiway. I checked a 942ss flop (bad image) turn was the 2s. Villain donked 8 into 40, I just called. River was a jack, he checked and I checked it back. He had 45 with the 5s and said if I raised turn or bet anything on the river he'd snap fold.
Villain 2 (600) monster stationy fish. On a huge rush so he is playing every hand pre and peeling fairly light pre. Very passive with big hands.
Villain 3 (300) pretty bad station who is on tilt and bluffing away his $.
Hero (300) ok image. Just got it in pre vs villain 3 for a short stack where I had aces and lost. Started session a little while ago and only raised a few times. Haven't shown bluffs. V1 remembers me from before as a solid player.
Hero limps 33 utg
V2 (Mp) limps
V3 (mp) limps
V1 (button) raises to 10
Blinds fold, limpers call
Flop: 6c 7c 2d
Checks to v1, v1 bets 10, hero calls, v2 calls, v3 folds
Turn: 6c 7c 2d 8s
Checks to v1, v1 bets 15, hero raises to 75?
On the flop when v1 makes a small cbet I think I has a little piece. Aces or kings bets more. Sets definately bet more. I don't know he even bets ak in position. You'd think 2 overs and a fd either bets bigger b/c its a big draw or just checks back, but I suppose its possible.
I thought about raising flop but I have 2 huge fish behind and I kind of wanted to see what they do. I could just fold, but i have a pretty good feeling I can take it away later if they fold - particularly if tilty v3 folds.
V2 could have any pair, gutshots, flush draws, or probably even 2 overs given that small bet. He is calling super light.
On the turn, when he bets this small again i Know he doesnt think he is strong. He could have an overpaid like nines through Jack's that is scared, although he might check nines b/c if his draw. He never has a set, he probably doesn't raise 78, 89, 79 or 54 so he doesn't have a straight most likely nor a pair that picked up a straight draw.
The crazy thing is he might actually call a raise if he has a flush draw and overs, and he'll never bluff river if he misses. So I can actually get better to fold and worse to call. If he calls the turn and looks sick I can bet almost any river and this guy is just going to fold most likely.
Should I be worried about v2? He could have t9 or 54 although he probably donks some % of the time. He could also have a hand like 98, although he is horrid so he might actually fold because he doesn't know what kind of equity he needs. He would never bluff the river, so if he cold calls a flush draw I actually get worse to call and don't get bluffed.
Thoughts? Is flop just a fold? Is this a bad turn card to raise? I think I can legitimately rep straights and 2 pair.