Hero CO- 350 to start the hand
Villain BTN- He's a bit of a spewish villain, definitely calls a bit too wide pre, and he's tends to button click on a lot on flops. He sometimes does the old raise for information, or raise to see where he is. He's capable of spewing around . Villain is not a huge folder (sticky player), but not a calling station sticky, so we do have some implied odds. 300 to start with
This hand is folded to me in the CO. I look down at 6♠ 4♠ in the CO and opens to 10. This is a bit of a liberal open from the CO. but Moving on
Villain on the BTN flats calls the 10. Blinds fold.
23 Flop is pretty good Q♦ K♠ 2♠
I c-bet this board, should be good for my range with 12. Villain does a lol-raise to 30. The min-raise +tax. Usually, I think we have a pretty clear fold with the 6 high flush draw. , Villain can be raising better flush draws etc. etc. However, does this change against a button clicker? There are some reverse implied odds if villain has a better flush draw, and there are many flush draws that are better than us. But should we fold here against villain who can be loling around with top pair hands, maybe even second pairs, and straight draws etc. etc. We do have implied odds against villain's pairs. For example, Villain has KJ, and a spade comes on the turn/river, I don't see him folding.