Typical weak loose-passive 2/5 game
Villain has proven to be a little spazzy. I saw him overbet a 679 two-tone flop with complete air into 3 people as a cbet. Also overlimped and re-popped one other time before, kind of like this hand.
Villain has 1075 effective, I cover
Limp, limp, villain limps in MP
Hero has QcTd otb and raises to 30
EP limpers both call
Villain raises to 80
This is annoying. What is he repping by overlimping two limpers and then 3-betting an absurdly small amount?
a.) Fold anyway despite his play being annoying, getting great pot odds, and having the button. Because the pot is likely to be multi-way if we call, and QTo isn't a strong hand
b.) Flat and use position and superior post-flop skills to outplay
c.) Call bullshit on his 3-bet and 4-bet
Suggestions pre-flop appreciated.
In the actual hand, I opted for option c, thinking he was FOS but also clueless about sizing.
Hero raises to 210
BB tanks and angrily folds
EP players fold
Villain calls without much thought
Ok, I have no idea what this guy's 4-bet OOP calling range is. It shouldn't consist of any non-premium hands, but maybe he's getting stubborn with something
$510 pot to flop
Kd Jc 6s
a.) Jam 865 into 510 as a semi-bluff with our open-ender
b.) Make a normal size c-bet and be forced to call off if he jams
c.) Check back and try to hit or a potential delayed c-bet