$1/2, $5 BTN straddle in this hand.
Playing 8 handed
Hero in CO A♠
V1: UTG1 covers with ~$1000, seems fairly TAG, just won two big pots in bomb pots.
V2: HJ $214, loose-passive, limps or flats a lot and then fold post, but have seen a 3! pre out of him. Says this is his last hand before going home.
BB limp, V1 $25, V2 call, H call, folds
Flop ($86) A♥
V1 $60, V2 Jam $189, H ??
I have just enough to 3! jam myself, but is there any merit? I'm really representing JJ or KT in that instance given I did not 3! pre, and I'm not sure a min-click on flop accomplishes a lot except allowing myself to get it in and realize all my equity.
I feel like I'm way too high in my range to fold here, especially blocking two of the set possibilities, or is there a fold to be found given both V's ranges?
General line check:
Should this be a 3! or fold pre a lot of the time? And, if so would the 3! just be a jam? I feel like folding in position pre is pretty nitty at the $1/2 level.
I flat, hoping to check to showdown into a dry side pot, but knowing I'll basically call down any non-heart turn bet.
V1 jams, I call
V1 shows QQ
V2 5♥ 6♥
Given stack size after calling the flop, is this a mandatory call on turn? Or should I be finding a fold?