V1 MP : He's likes to limp a lot with a pretty wide range, and he does so in this hand. Starts with ~170
V2 CO: He's also seems to enjoy limping and limps with a pretty wide range, does some limp calling, with some limp folding as well. Seems to be a pretty weak player. Starts with about ~150
H: Button: I don't think they're paying attention to what I'm doing in all honesty. Starts with ~210
V3: SB, no history with this player, seems to be somewhat competent. Starts with ~260
V1 limps, V2 limps. H looks down at K♥ J♦ and raises to 10. Pretty standard imo, punish limpers.
SB calls, MP calls V2 calls.
42 Flop comes K♦ 6♦ 2♦
Mp leads out for 6, CO raises all-in for 150.
We have TPGK, with the 3rd nut flush draw. I don't think he's making this massive overbet with the Ace/Queen high flush for sure. I think he's probably going to put in a raise with those, and not overbet shove here. I think this is most likely a set, Ace/Queen high flush draw, or maybe a small flush, in which our jack high flush draw is probably live.
I think most of his range is A♦ X, Q♦ X. Because he was closing the action, I think he has a lot of Ace/Queen of diamonds in his range especially a lot of those in off suit form because pot odds lol.
So if we range him at Sets, A♦ X, Q♦ X, and ALL T high flushes and worse, we're smoking that range with a 60:40 equity edge, even adding some Ace high and Queen high flushes, we're still don't get worse than 50-50.
Is my logic correct here or reasonable?