I have a good image and am going up against two villains who know I'm a serious player.
Villain 1: Loose passive man in mid forties who doesn't like to play big pots against me because I've been getting the best of him for a few months. He's said "I never know where I'm at with you." He is pretty passive pre flop and a bit sticky post flop if he gets "married to a hand." Not a creative player.
Villain 2: Mid 50s Asian man who I open up my value 3B frequency to because he opens light and is a calling station. I've pounded some really thin value out of him in the past.
Villain 1 limps UTG+1 and folds to Villain 2 OTB who makes it 20. I'm in the SB with A♦ A♣ and make it $70.
Villain 1's food arrives and he quickly calls and attends to his food. Villain 2 calls.
Flop ($215) 5♠ 5♣ 9♥
I lead for $100. I feel like Villain one here pp heavy and more on the medium-high side, possibly as strong as QQ. I'm not looking to scare anyone away with a bigger bet on a dry board and hopefully can induce Villain two to peel one with as light as AK.
V1 takes a few moments and calls. V2 quickly folds.
Turn ($415) K♠
I feel like this is a bad card for getting value from because a lot of people might consider I have AK here if I continue. If I think I'm really only behind 9-9 here I don't want to scare him away.
I check. His back is turned and is looking at his phone and the dealer says it's on him and he looks at the board and instantly bets $200 with black (100) chips and goes back to his food.
Interesting, but I think I still have the best hand here.
Who leads here and who goes for a check-evaluate with a tendency to check call here?