I normally play 2-5, but started playing 1-3 recently out of necessity due to a bad downswing. The villain in this hand and I have had some history from the day before. Plays pretty laggy, and is squeeze happy.
Hero- AQ off in the HJ.
My Stack- $560 and Villain has me covered.
Tight mid position player opens to 11, I call, the cutoff calls and the button calls. Villain who's in the SB raises and makes it 56. The tight player folds, I call, and it ends up heads up to the flop. Pot is $148.
Q, J, 7, w/2clubs
Villain leads out for $75, and I call. Pot is $298
3 off suit.
Villain bets out $140 and I call. Pot is $578
10 off suit.
Villain pauses for 5 seconds and checks. I ended up shoving for the rest of my stack which was for close to $300.
My thought process:
When he checks the river, I thought that his range would be capped to either KQ, or KK. Anything better there should be betting the river, and I really don't even expect him to check KK there. So I shoved thinking I'd be betting for thin value? Was I wrong there and did I overplay my hand?
Villain ended up calling and showed KK.
Did the Villain play his hand badly by check/calling the river? Why or why not?