5/5 Portland Meadows. The villain in this hand is one of the better regulars on the Poker Guys "poker time" stream. I am the effective stack in this hand with around $1650 while the villain has around $2000. I am in the lojack. The villain is on the button. I have ace♠ jack ♣
Pre-flop: I raise to $25. The cutoff and villain call. The blinds fold.
Flop ($85): Ace♣ 6 ♣ 3♣ I check, the cutoff checks, and the villain bets $45. I call and the cutoff folds.
Turn ($175): 4♠ I check and the villain bets $95. I call.
River ($365): 4 ♦ I check and the villain bets $200.
Should I call on this river card after underrepping my hand on the flop? Doesn't my flop check and the passive line I took through the duration of the hand make it look like I have kings or queens rather than a reasonably strong ace? Based off of what I've seen from this villain on the "poker time" stream, I excluded ace-queen and ace-king as possible holdings because this villain would three-bet pre-flop with ace queen and ace king on the button. I also think the villain would three-bet with king/queen of clubs and possibly king-ten clubs and queen/ten clubs, the remaining suited broadway clubs, but I didn't exclude them from his range.
The value hands that I'm ahead of on the river are Ace/ten-ace/seven suited, ace-five suited, and ace-deuce suited assuming that he was fooled into believing that I did not have an ace with my flop check.
The bluffs that I'm ahead of are king/queen offsuit, king/jack offsuit, king/ten offsuit with the king of clubs or queen/jack offsuit, queen/ten offsuit with the queen of clubs.
The value hands to which I'm losing are all flopped flushes and then non-flush bluffs that get there on the turn and river like ace/four suited, four/five, five/seven.
This villain has no previous history with me as this time represented the first time I've ever played in Portland. We've only played for two hours but I was up a decent amount on the session before the start of the hand and may appear reasonably competent as I have not limp-called any pots pre-flop and have raised every hand that I've entered. Quad aces is the only hand that I've shown at showdown.