Hero has a tight, aggressive image. Has not shown down any bad hands.
But has won many on flop or turn with a strong bet.
Villain is a very good Asian player. He's LAGgy pre-flop, but often doesn't continue with hands that have no value. He's one of the better players in the poker room. He's notorious for calling with any two (or raising/ 3-betting) and looks for opportunities to get it all in for stacks.
Effective stack (Hero's) 900
Hero UTG raises preflop $30 with K♦ K♠
3 callers - including Villain in BB.
Flop: 10♣ 7♣ 3♦
Checked to Hero who c-bets 80.
All fold to Villain who takes a moment and raises to 190 (110 more)
Do you ever smooth call here?
Hero's UTG raise w/ tight image is TT+, AK & AQs. His c-bet against 3 callers is typically a "made hand." But he may be betting on the come (w/ A♣ K♣ or A♣ Q♣) There's an outside chance he's got KQ - but again, it would be suited.
Villain can have ATC. But a larger percentage of his range would be JJ, TT, 77, 33, T7, 73 and 8♣ 9♣. Villain's flop check/raise can mean "please call me" as well as "betting for information."
If Hero 3-bets flop, does he ever fold to a Villain shove?