The villain is early 20s and on MAJOR TILT. Been to ATM several times. At this point he has been opening every hand to $17 and calling down with anything for about an orbit.
V on CO makes it $17.
BTN calls -- another loose and sticky young player.
I have A♠
in BB and elect to call. I considered 3-betting against V's wide range and BTN stickiness, but decided against it -- both are loose and sticky and probably I would not lose them and I might have been able to get it allin against CO and possibly BTN with dominating range, so ...
But I just called.
I lead for $35
V calls and BTN folds.
Turn is 7♦
I am ready to get it allin and grab a stack of $100 and my arm is over the felt about to drop when he yells "I CALL"
I hesitate -- seemed like Senor Tilty could definitely have every ♥
combo in the deck. I only drop $15. Why?? At that point I really believed he could have flopped the flush. I half-expected him to shove, but he just laughed and called.
Was I angled successfully?
Do you shove the Turn here as played? Do you shove without the weird angle?
[River was brick 2:c: . I checked thinking that Tilty would go for a River bluff if he missed and bet a worse two-pair. He bet only $30. I considered raising, but just called. He had K♥ T♦ ]