Have been sitting at a 1/3 game with a $300 stack for about 45 min. Have a pretty good, aggressive image however I did just lose a big pot to what appeared to be the table captain with a K high flush to an A high flush. The follow hand occurs less than an orbit later.
I have never played with the primary villain in the hand before. He is an African American man in his late 40s or early 50s with $240 behind. I just learned that he has already dumped over 1k to the previously mentioned table captain during the course of the day, he seems desperate to get even. My only other reads at this point is that he is loose, definitely gambles, somewhat passive but didn't seem afraid to put in a raise or push the action occasionally. The other villain in the hand is an ex-dealer at the casino, good guy who knows the game, but definitely a rec player. He also has about $250 behind.
Action is folded to me on the CU with AKo. I open to $10. The primary villain calls on the button, and the ex-dealer calls in the BB.
Flop comes: A♣ K♥ J♣
BB checks, I c-bet $20 into $30. Both players call.
T comes: 2♦
BB checks, I bet $75 into $90. Both players call.
R comes another club, for a final board of A♣ K♥ J♣ 2♦ 8♣
BB checks, I check, Button shoves for his remaining $135 making the pot a total of $450. BB folds and it's back on me. Call the shove or throw it in the muck?