Alright, Hero is younger looking (we're 33) and has been trying to build a winning image, but can't really get any traction going in the session. Making the 2nd best hand, having to fold, etc. Anyways, been chipping back from being about $1200. Villain in this hand is in his 50s. Pretty straight forward player, doesn't make moves, plays like your typical rec player I would say.
Villain raises from UTG+1 to $20. MP and CO flat. We are on the Button and flat w/ J9ss. BB defends and we go to the flop 4ways
Flop: Jd 8s 4s
Villain bets $35. Folds to us. We make it $95 (Now looking at it seems pretty small, and prolly should of made it more) BB folds. Villain 3bets to $230. Herooo....
I'm kind of torn here on what to do. I feel his range really looks like overpairs here, but his sizing seems to be a bit strong. I'm tempted to 4bet here b/c he usually has 1 pair hands, but as Bart and many preach, its tough to bluff people off of overpairs in certain situations. I feel that if we call, this could scare villain into giving up a free card b/c he doesn't want to build tooo big of a pot w/ 1pair (and yes, I know I'm kind of contradicting myself, but think the flop and turn is pretty different).
So what do you guys thinks? I will post results after some discussion