This is a little hand but I thought the spot comes up often and I'm interested in your reasoning.
1/2 nl 300 max.
Hero (400) image isn't great. Got some decent hands but Chet flops and villains folded. Recently I've raised some good hands pre, but had to fold post when boards ran out bad and I had multiple callers. I think I had a few cbets also that got called and I gave up.
Villain (140-145) 40s black guy. Rec player. Fairly stationy but hasn't got involved in any real big pots. Seems to like to calls down random draws.
Hero (co) t d 9 d limps
Villain (button) limps
Flop: 8 d 7 h 2c
Checks to hero, hero bets 10, villain calls, others fold
Turn: 8d 7h 2c js
Hero bets 30, villain calls
River: 8d 7h 2c js 6h
Hero bets $?
Villain called flop fairly quickly. Ott he didn't snap call but didn't take super long and didn't seem super pained.
It's hard for villain to have a jack here and he might fold a 1 pair 8 or 7 (just b/c fish think 89is different than j9 here). If he has 65 or some other draw he probably doesn't call a big bet unless maybe he hit jack ten on the turn, but he still might fold to a shove. If he has 2pr+ he's calling a shove.
Is this just a shove and hope he has 2 pair or a random jack?
Is there any merit to betting 60 or 70? If he's calling 65 isn't he calling 90 or 100?
I was thinking it's a small bet or shove and since he's stationy I default bet big. Thoughts?