hero: 1500$ 25 y/o wearing hoddie and cap. winning image / playing a TAG game, tight OOP...somewhat laggy IP.
Rich: 2k 60 y/o white guy who plays pretty tight and well. One of the better older player that I've seen at this casino. He'll make iso raises IP and cbet and seems to know where he's at in general.
young guy: 450$ He has been on ''mini tilt'' for 15 min after loosing a big pot.
Dynamic: Action table...no family pots. Mix of decent players and recreational ones (who are on my left).
Hero hand: Ad Td
2 limps, young guy limps, Rich makes it 45$ from the CO, Hero calls, SB calls, BB calls, young guy calls....5 to the flop!!!
FLOP: Qc 9d 6d (pot 235$)
sb checks, bb checks, young guy checks, Rich bets 80$, hero raises to 240$, folds around to young guy who shoves for 390$ total, Rich calls 310$ without much thought, Hero tank and calls 150$
Turn: 4c (pot 1405$) (Hero with 1065$ behind)
Rich bets 600$, hero folds
My toughts on the hand:
Pre: should be fine on the BTN really deep vs an opponent who can easily isolate with hands like KQ/QJs/88.
Flop: When Rich lead small there I tought he either had a draw, a TT/JJ that wants to see where he's at...or top set maybe. I think he's going to bet much bigger with TPTK or KK+ and prolly a bit bigger with a flopped set. So I decided to raise flop and probably fold to a b/3b depending on the sizing. If one of the other players was planning a check/shove with Qx then so be it...they are not really deep and the pot is really bloated.
When the young guy shoved for 390$ I was pretty happy since I figured that would make Rich fold...but to my surprise he called rather quickly. I debated shoving when it got back to me but decided to draw to my flush really afraid of top set.