Villain is mid-20's, wearing a hoodie with a logo from a poker room that is now closed. Carbon dating puts the hoodie circa 2009. He's wearing headphones so he can listen to the audio from his tablet, which is streaming a Doug Polk video.
Earlier in the evening, I 3-bet him with A4dd from the blinds and he called. I led out on a 345 flop, he called, and all the money went in after the turn was a 2. He had AK, we chopped. A little while after that hand I left the table for a bit, and then stopped by teh mens room before returning. Inside, I encountered the villain, talking to one of his friends. All I heard was "and I had AK...". The conversation abruptly stopped when he saw me. But his friend was unaware and kept talking..."How aggressive is he?". V's response "Don't know, haven't played with him much". I was mid-stream so I couldn't follow them out and listen to the rest of the conversation.
On to the hand.
1/2 NL, about 300 deep. I raise JJ to $15, a somewhat loose player calls BTN, and V calls from the blinds.
Flop $45 - J 9 5 r Checks through. I'll take the criticism for not betting flop. I'm about 70% sure it was a mistake. At the time, I just felt like I had the board smothered, and I didn't totally write off the possibility of BTN taking a stab.
Turn 5, brings a heart draw. I have the Jh
V leads out for $15. I raise to $60, BTN folds, V calls.
River (165) offsuit T. V checks...
If I were on auto-pilot, I might bet 125 here. But what calls?
Any merit to a weak bet, trying to induce a bluff? Like $60 again?
Any merit to over-bet shoving to try and get a "wtf" call from a hand like QT
Any merit to flatting the turn, expecting him to lead river and then raising big on the end?