I'm attempting to get the nuances down of combining these concepts.
2/5 NL local casino.
Villain is one of the more looser players and is aggressive with hands, but easy to put him on ranges, and he shuts down when front door flush cards hit.
Effective stacks $600
I limp with 55 and there are three limpers after. Gets to villain who raises to $35. This bet from him is AA-JJ, and AK almost always. I call and the others fold.
He bets $55 and I call with 6 hidden outs
He bets $100
My question here is (1) I'm getting 4:1 on my money right? ($100 to win $400) If I have 6 outs that roughly 12%. So technically I'm not quite getting correct odds. Looking at it closer is how should I factor in implied odds in that he'll put in a big bet and probably not ever fold if a non-heart 5 or 3 comes on the river? And lastly, I think I could successfully rep a flush when a non-paint heart comes. How do I factor in bluffing range into this decision? Should I increase my calling odds with 6 what I think are clean heart "outs"?