Local 5/10$ usually the same lineup but villain in the hand is unknown to hero.
Hero (2500$) raised 10♦ 9♦ from UTG1 to 30$. Folds to villain in SB (2500$) who tanks for a moment, acts like hes going to fold by sort of making forward motion to toss them in but stops and then proceeds to 3 bet to 110$. The BB flat calls and I decide to call with positon.
No real reads on villain besides this stupid Hollywood he pulled preflop. Seems like a bullshitter type by the way he talks but haven't see much of his play thus far. Others at the table had played with him and judging from their talk he didnt come across as some crusher. When he acts likes hes folding and then 3 bets I put him immediately on a very strong and narrower range of most likely a large pocket pair. With deep enough stacks and position I felt a call with my nice SC was a good play here.
Flop comes 10♥ 8♦ 3♥ and the pot is 330$.
Villain bets 150$ BB folds and I call. I felt with top pair and backdoor flush and straight draws and my immediate 5 out draw to beat the over pairs, I felt a call was fine.
Turn (630$) is the Q♦
Villain bets 300$
Hero raises to 1000$ leaving about 1200$ back. My thinking is they villain mostly has one pair hands here and I am more likely the have more of the sets like 88 and 33, also I have the J9 straight in my range as well where he doesn't. I felt a raise here looked pretty strong like I flatted with QQ pre and turned a set and should get a fold from one pair hands.
Villain tanks for a bit, looking a bit distressed and then jams all in for my remaining 1200ish$ I calculate it out and I'm getting more than enough pot odds to call this off vs his range of QQ, overpairs and possible 1010 but I block that. I call it off and miss and villain shows K♥ K♠ and wins the pot.
My main question is my turn play. Would just flatting here have been a better option, I have loads of equity here so flatting or raising seemed like a best option but going forward I would like to get a better idea of what I need to consider when making a choice to run a huge bluff or just flat call? Do I ever just sigh and fold to the jam or just call it off consider all the outs I have? I told myself before raising the turn I was prepared to go with the hand. Expecting a fold or flat call and I was going to pretty much just jam a good river if I dont make my hand. . The jam from him wasnt as expected.