Villain ($500) 40's white guy. Rec player. Sat down maybe 2 orbits ago. Nothing really noteworthy so far. I think he raised preflop one time and took the pot down on a cbet.
Hero ($500) Half hour into the session. Nothing really noteworthy happened. Haven't really played pots since villain got there
Game was super nitty and $25 iso were getting folds so I iso'd small on purpose.
Hero (HJ) Ks Qh raises to $20
Villain calls in BB
Flop: Ac 9c 2c
Checks to hero, hero bets $35, villain calls, MP folds
Turn: Ac 9c 2c Jc
Villain checks, hero?
1) Are you betting
2) Does sizing matter?
1) I think villain has many more aces in his range than big clubs. KK/QQ with a club probably 3b's and AK/AQ often do also. Villain might call any ace, especially suited but fewer Kx and Qx hands. If I bet twice, depending on what kind of rec player he is he probably folds a hand like Ad5c just because the club is so low, but possibly not.
2) If the guy has something like A4dd unless I bet like $25 I think he's just folding. Do you think me betting maybe $65 versus me betting $85 or $90 matters at all? Where it might come in is if villain has something like the 8c/Tc or POSSIBLY AJ. Not that it really matters against my range but we know fish aren't thinking that.
Another random side question. Lets say we had AK with no club or maybe AJ with no club. Are we always checking turn?
I'm wondering if we bet like $30 if villain might curiosity look us up with random aces and check river. We also fade a bluff if villain has some kind of ridiculous hand and takes a stab if we check river thinking we can't call.