Villain seemed competent although not very active. He bought in very deep and but seemed like he was just waiting to stack the action player.
2/5 ~$1800 effective
Hero raises to $25 UTG+2 with AsJc
Villain calls in CO
Flop ($82) Ks Ts 6c
Hero bets $55
Turn ($192) 3s
Hero bets $125
Villain raises to $325
Hero raises to $725
Villain tank calls
Obviously, the plan here was to bluff him all-in on the river if the nut flush would still be the nuts by the river.
The problem here is, I pretty much only have the nut flush or something like the hand I have in my range here. He can have sets in his range, which is why I chose to give up. But could I possibly bluff small to make it look like the nut flush still trying to get thin value from smaller flushes?
A more interesting question might be: If I actually had the nut flush, what should I be doing here?