10/20/40- straddle most of the time
Villain 1 (13k) is the spot and everyone at the table knows it. Plays any four and isn't afraid to stick it in. He's up a decent amount mostly from non-showdown pots this session.
Villain 2 (22k) is one of the better regs, but not a pro. Does surprisingly well for how snug he plays at times. If he is putting money into the pot muti-way he has a solid holding. Currently up an insignificant amount, about 2k.
Hero (covers). I'm one of the more consistent winners in the game. Don't win huge or lose huge amounts, just overall solid. I have a TAG imagine, but am not afraid to take multi-street shots on scary boards.
Two limps to me and I raise to 210 with aaqqss. All call and we see a flop 5 ways.
Hero leads 800, V1 raises to 2100, V2 tank calls.
At this point V1 either has a set or is overplaying the NFD a large majority of the time.
V2 usually has a multi-way hand here, pair+wrap or flush draw. I think he would raise a set of 6s or 4s after V1 shows interest. I also don't think he tanks with a set believe he was debating raise v call, not call v fold.
One of the limpers also calls (believe he had around 10k)
Pot is now 6150 and 1300 for me to call. I wasn't sure if I should pot it to blow out V2 and the limper, knowing I will get V1 to commit, or wait for a safe card on a very wet word.
Sorry for the verbose post, first time on a strategy forum.
Thanks for reading and the insights.