Someone help me out here. So, I haven't played a hand in an hour. Pretty card dead, so this might play a factor into these preflop decisions. I'd like some feedback on preflop as well. It seems every time I unnecessarily spew off chips, I'd been running card dead for a while. Getting a line check is probably a good decision...
Effective stacks between hero and v1: $290
v1 - super bluffy, doesn't like folding, has a very tall beer glass next to him (glass is empty), never lets a pot go uncontested (at least I haven't seen him do it)
UTG limps, +1 limps, Hero limps in LJ with Q♠
, v1 on BU limps, (very) spewey SB squeezes to $20.
UTG, Hero, BU call (4 ways)
Flop ($86): 973r
PFR checks, checks to hero, hero bets $35
v1 on BU is very light, and I highly doubt anyone is squeezing behind me here. v1 calls, others fold. (Feedback on sizing?)
Turn ($150): os 8
Hero checks, v1 bets $80. I think I have no other choice but to call here given v1 tendencies.
Flop ($310): K
Hero checks, v1 jams for remaining $160. I think given the price and v1 tendencies, it's a clear call. He could definitely have a bunch of gutshots that got there, but just seems like an odd line to me. I only need to be good 1 in 4, so the decision was easy.
Villain rolled over K♦ 8♥ ... I need to get over the fact that most of my bluff catching attempts are going to be wrong in the long run, and come to peace with it, but I felt like a dumbass. I hate feeling like a dumbass.