Game is playing very loose passive with a lot of limp calling going on. Hero and villain are the only two competent players at the table. Hero has a winning image tonight and is sitting on a stack of $2,500, most of which is courtesy of a tilting semi-reg who bluffs too much post flop. Tonight, villain saw me ISO two limpers with 89dd and get called by tilting reg in BB and one of the limpers. I c-bet a 842r board and got called by BB, who then led and Ah turn, and 3c river. I called him down and my hand was good. Villain might see me as sticky tonight because of this hand.
Besides that, our history involves us mostly staying out of each other's way, but he has check raised me in a few suspicious spots over the last couple months but I had nothing both times. Has also 3-bet hero a couple times. My read is that he generally errors on the side of aggression and knows that for the most part I have a fold button.
Hand (Effective stacks 850$): Loose passive postflop/splashy pre-flop whale with 1,500 raises to 20 utg + 2, there is one caller in front of me and I call with KJss. Fishy young player calls CO and villain call on button, as does tilting semi-reg in bb.
Flop is K93hh (150$), checks to hero who bets 90$, button calls and everyone else folds. Turn is the Jh and hero checks, btn bets 150$, hero calls. River is the 3c, hero checks, btn bets 150$....
Now normally against average villain I am b/f this turn, but I didn't see any hands to get value from other than KQ with the queen of hearts. I am assuming villain is almost always 3betting AK here, so I can't really see that hand, nor do I think he has a set given flop action. Against a range of KQ, KJ+, and all reasonable flushes we are getting the right price to call the turn (even more so if he can show up with AK), but what about the river? Is average aggro villain betting those kings on the river or checking back, especially with that super small sizing? If he can this is an obvious call but not sure if the average TAG villain is value towning himself here with those hands?