It's 4 am and I just sat down at a table with ridiculous action. Guy on my left is visibly drunk - before my last table broke I had heard him shouting at players, dealers and floorperson. Before I was dealt a hand, he just stacked a pretty solid player when he called a 2/3 pot flop bet w a gutterball on the flop and bet/called a shove on the turn when he picked up a flush draw, which came in on the river. On the next hand (my first hand) he stacked me when he called flow bottom pair, turned fd, shoved into my two pair and again hit backdoor flush. Player to his left (V1) is awful, spewy, mid 50s player with an accent who has been raising every hand not raised in front of him. A few regs at the table seem to be getting annoyed and playing back at the two donkeys. Button (V2) is a 55-60 y/o Asian guy who calls a lot of medium bets on flop and turn, but does not seem to do much betting.
After about an orbit and a half, I pick up QQ in the SB after pot gets limped around 5 ways. I raise to $15 and everyone calls. Effective stacks $200.
Flop ($75) 5s7s8d
I bet $20, preparing to fold to any substantial raise, figuring this hits way too many of the sc type hands bound to be in the field somewhere. Instead, everyone calls. My thought is that if the turn bricks, I can make a more substantial bet to get value from FDs and SDs now that they're significant dogs. The flats also make it less likely someone is holding 2 pair + given the wetness of the board.
Turn ($200) 3h
Beautiful card, doesn't seem to change anything - I bet $90. Drunk donkey folds, other donkey calls.
River ($380) Td