BB ($850) - been at the table with him about 1.5 hours and he has not played any significant hands. So don’t have a good read but seems tight and solid. He’s probably in his 20s or younger 30.
Hero ($1500) has an aggressive and winning image. Game has gotten shorthanded and last 30 minutes, only 5-6 at table and thus playing the table is tighter. We are playing with mandatory straddle.
Preflop - CO limps, Hero raises to $40 on the button with AcKcTh4h. BB and CO call. 3way action.
Flop ($125) 8c7c6h. BB leads $100, CO folds, Hero calls.
Turn ($325) 8c7c6h4d. BB leads $100 again, Hero tank calls.
His same bet sizing here on the turn was abnormal. I did not think he would size this way with the nuts. So, I briefly considered raising with my T blocker to try to fold out weaker straights but wasn’t sure how much fold equity I had. Plus, he may call-off anyways if he has a set. So, I decided to call getting true odds.
River ($525). 8c7c6h4d8h. BB checks. Hero? Is this a good spot to bluff? Sizing?