$5-10 uncapped. Effective stacks $4000. Villain in the hand used to be a huge spot in the game but has improved. Now is only a small losing player and sits very deep all of the time. He is the same opponent that shoved on me in the DPP podcast "My Heart Session from Hell"
From Mp1 and my immediate right villain raises to $45 and I call with Ah Jh, bttn calls. Pot $140.
FLOP: jd 2s 3h. Villain checks, I bet $80, bttn folds, villain calls. Pot $300
TURN: Ad. Villain checks, I bet $200, Villain makes it $500, I call. Pot $1300
River Ts. Villain bet $1800.
I think the turn is pretty interesting. I have seen this guy check-call with Ace high types of hands a lot on the flop after being the preflop raiser. I didnt really know what to make of his craise though as I block JJ and AA and think he would cbet those hands + sets or 45 on the flop. I think that calling is best because this guy still tends to overplay his hands and figured he might have AK or AQ and would check-call a huge bet on the river. When he overbets the river I pretty much dismiss AK or AQ but find it difficult to put him on a hand.