1/2 live game, Cleveland Horseshoe.
I isolate a UTG limper to $17 with JhJc. Villain is fairly competent, but probably limping more than usual due to an extremely weak table. We go heads up.
Pot is $37.
Flop is 8h 6d 3h. Villain donks $15 into me. I minraise to $30. (I hate this play by me, incidentally). He calls quickly. I read his play as a draw, either hearts, 45s, or 79s. He is not bad enough to think A8/89 is good here, or to draw to 2pair/trips. He is definitely not playing a big overpair tricky - he would raise his good hands preflop 100% due to the weakness of the table.
Pot is 97$
Turn is the Ace of spades. Villain checks. Do I check behind, or bet again? I have conflicting desires here - one is to protect against various draws, the other is to not build a giant pot with one pair.