2/5, 1000 effective. Villain is a middle aged reg, capable of making folds and hand-reading. Pretty solid player based on my limited experience with his play. I open in early postion with pocket tens to 25. and the villain three-bets to 85 from the cutoff. It folds back to me, and I call getting more than 15x the raise. The flop comes our 9, 8, 6, rainbow. So, with an overpair and a gutter, I check. He bets 100 into 170. I think a call is the only option really, as he could be c-betting with AK, which I am ahead of, and I have some equity with my six outs against the overpair part of his range. So I do call and the turn pairs the nine. He bets 100 again. The sizing was weird, because I would think a decent player would bet more, maybe unless he has some super nutted hand like quad nines. Still, I have six outs if he has the overpair and I am getting good pot odds 470, 100 to call, so I call again. River is a king (second worst card in the deck for me) I check, he bets tiny like 125 and I just fold. Does my line and thought process make sense?