2/5 NL $500 cap 9-handed
We have about 530 and V has us covered with 2.5k.
Folds to V in LP to our right, he raises to 20. We call with QdJc. BB calls
Flop (60): Qc Jd 2d
BB checks. V bets 30. We raise to 70. BB folds and V calls.
Turn (200): Kd
V checks. We bet 160. V calls.
River (520): 8s
V goes all in for our eff stack of about 280.
We think V is on the tighter/cagey side given the following hands. V raised in LP with AsJh and we called with 8c9c. V checked a 4-way flop of Ad 9c 2c and we checked behind. Turn was 8s and we called Vs bet and river went check check on a 10s. Also V folded QQ on a board of 8c 8s 2d Jd when a player check called flop and lead turn. V staked a guy with 97 vs 75 on a board of 977, KK > QQ ect. so V isn't really going out of his way to make plays, he's just smashing and getting paid off. This is all after about 4-5 hours playing together.
V likely views us as same cagey/tight style and about even for the session.
So is it a mistake to bet this turn and should we call this river?