$5/5, $1300 effective
I have a laggy image and have table covered.
V1 is a fun player who doesn't have a fold button when he has a made hand ($1300)
V2 is a super nit with a fold button the size of Cambodia ($600)
V3 is an unknown middle aged guy. Just moved to table. Wearing a fanny pack. Looks like a classic tourney donk. ($600)
Fun Player limps EP. Super Nit raises to $25 in cutoff. I call on the button with 8♥ 7♥. SB calls. Tourney Donk calls in BB. Fun player calls.
Flop ($125): 6♥ 9♣ 10♠
Checks to Super Nit, who bets $65. I flat on the button. Tourney Donk makes it $225. Fun Player thinks for a minute and calls $225. Super Nit folds.
Now it's back to Squish.
If we think Fun Player almost always has a set or top two here (or the same hand) and is NEVER folding (and Tourney Donk is short now and is probably not folding either), is there any merit to flatting and getting it in on a non board pairing turn? Or do we just shovel it in as a 70% favorite right now? The only action killing cards are cards we block. What do you think?