A few notes...
When I very first sat down for the night the Villain was in the middle of a hand. He somehow got 200BB in by the flop and lost to one pair, pocket AA. Didnt see his hand, but the Villain seems like action.
Also an orbit earlier, I 3 bet squeeze AJ suited to $140 from the SB, over a good players open to $30 from the Lo-jack and two calls. The BB wakes up with JJ and shoves for $350. Everyone else folded so it seemed like I was getting a good price and called. I spiked an Ace and won the pot. However, I think this effected the upcoming hand and hurt my Image and made everyone realize I wasn't as tight as people normaly think I am.
Onto the hand $2/5 $1k cap at Aria.
MP opens to $30 with ~$1200
Next calls $30 with ~$600
Villain calls with in Hijack~$1k, 40+ Asian man with a pocketfull of $100's, I saw him pull a wad of at least $10k in his pocket on the multiple times he has rebought, very loose
Hero has A♦ Q♦ on Button with $500 total
I raise to $150
Original opener folds
Villain now backraises to $550, essentally just putting me all in...
I'm not a big fan of this spot. Sure we're getting a pretty good price, but most players don't jam 100BB without a hand. Given the price I think its a call? I think we sometimes might have the same hand, are flipping, or I might possibly, sometimes might even have him dominated if hes spazzing, but even if he has QQ we're not all that bad considering the price. I would think AA and KK would 3 bet over a raise and a call almost always. I could see AK calling however... All that being said though, I'd much rather get my money in postflop as I think I have a bigger edge, or have a better hand to get it in with. However, he seems pretty terrible.
His jam after originally calling over two players had me thoroughly confused.
So the pot is about $710, and $350 for me to call. Even against QQ, its basically a neutral call. The only hands I'm really worried about are AA, KK, and AK. I would think that most players would 3 bet AA and KK over a raise and a call almost always, AK might overcall...
I'll be honest, I had pretty much no idea what to do. The backraise isn't something I normally see at the games I play... Is this backraise kinda like the utg limp raise where its almost always going to be Aces or Kings?
Also, what about the preflop 3 bet? I think AQ suited is a hand that I'm happy to take down the pot down with pre, and if we do see a flop I'd much rather be heads up and in position than against multiple players, and if the original raiser puts in the 4 bet I can pretty comfortably fold, but would flatting be possibly a better option in this spot? We'll have position multiway post flop and can definately outplay the field.