5/5, $1250 effective
Villain is a tight pro who has a tendency to cbet with a bit too high of frequency and subsequently shut down on the turn when he misses. I have never seen him triple barrel without a value hand - but he is capable of betting thin. He is also capable of making big folds. However he doesn't seem to adjust his lines based on his opponent.
The squishy tomato boy did have a great image and has shown down a couple large value hands in the last couple hours. BUT I recently got set over setted by a shorter (100bb) stack.
Villian raises to 30 in EP over a loose VIP UTG limp. I call in Hijack with 7♠ 5♠. VIP in BB calls. UTG VIP calls. 4 ways to flop.
Flop ($120): Q♣ J♠ 5♦
Checks to V, who bets $65. I glance over to SB and see him ready to fold his cards and call. UTG folds.
Turn ($250): 5♥
V bets $165. I call.
River ($580): 4♠
V bets $420, leaving him about $550 behind.
Can we ever do anything but call here?
Do we ever have a value hand we can raise here besides 55? Do we ever have any bluffs? What do we do if we arrive here with QJ?