$2-5 $1,000eff. Both villains are good winning regs. The Villain and I go over hands together and share spots so we have a little leveling history. He'll bluff at a higher frequency than an ABC reg and is not afraid to apply pressure to attack a weak range.
Folds to me and I open with Q♦ Q♥ $20 in MP. Villain calls directly to my right and the other reg calls in the CO.
Flop (65) K♣ 7♣ 3♣
I check. V checks. V2 checks. All check relatively quickly not much pacing.
Turn (65) 4♠
I check again. V bets $40 V2 folds I call.
River (145) K♠
I check. V bets $300 with black chips relatively quickly.
I know he knows I most likely do not have a K. I know that it's not terribly likely he has a King either. Let's say he has a K here, I think if he's going for this sizing he's going to think longer than 5 seconds. Same with full houses. Same with flushes. I'm not saying he wouldn't blast the pot with a value hand but I'm thinking bet pacing is a red flag.
In a vacuum, because I don't block anything, do we give up here? If we do, what hands can I put in my calling bucket against this guy?