5/10, ~1300 effective
Villain is an unknown young European dude sporting the poker pro starter pack (hoodie, big headphones, backpack, very serious expression permanently etched across his face, etc). He has been playing relatively tight so far. Opening small pocket pairs and never limping pre, but otherwise pretty standard. Did see him make a huge river check raise on an AQ727 board with what felt suspiciously like a bluff to get his opponent off a chop. Sits with $1300. I cover.
Note: Since villain has sat down at table I have been relatively card dead and have had no hands go to show down.
Weak tight player (who is deep) limps in EP. I make it 45 in the lojack with 4♦ 3♦. Euro dude flats in the hijack. One of the blinds calls. The limper calls. Oops. Here we go.
Flop ($180): K♦ Q♣ 7♦
Checks to me, I elect to check. Euro dude checks behind.
Turn ($180): 3♠
Checks to me. I bet $105. Euro dude thinks for a moment and makes it $375. It folds back to me and I make it $900 (!!).