Playing $2-5 with effective stacks of $800 against the villain. He has a near zero bluffing range and I've gotten the best of him in every major pot we've ever played. I know he's not going to ever bluff in this spot so what I'm asking here is, in a vacuum, is there a better line to take given the following action:
EVERYONE limps to me in the SB and I have AQo and make it $45. Players react pretty straight-forward to raise sizes like this from the blind and pots are not contested multi way, if even a flop is seen very often.
It folds to the villain who pretty quickly calls in MP2 and everyone else folds. Before the flop is dealt he says "I'm stuck, (my name)." I take this is as, he is just playing to hit his hand so don't try and bluff me. Which to me, is giving me the green light to fire on all types of boards because he is not going to put up a fight. (thoughts?)
Flop ($125) 10 9 4 :r:
I bet $65 he calls fairly quickly. (Now I realize my sizing was a bit small, if I could go over it again I might bet $75-90).
Turn ($255) off-suit J
Since I'm OOP and pick up equity, I figure this is a good spot to double barrel. I also block some of the KQ combo's. I bet $140 and he raises to $400.
I know this is a made hand 100%. If I call I'll have $300 left in my stack that he has covered. I consider the remaining $ to be a freeroll if I hit a K or 8 because he will never fold.
Is there a better line to take?
Should I call?