Hero: Tight, Good winning image with $700 stack.
Villain 1 (LJ): Loose, passive losing reg. One of the fishier guys in the game. (Covers)
Villain 2 (HJ): Loose preflop. Fairly ABC postflop. Can be very aggressive. Winning player to some degree. Has the ability to make big folds. Views Hero as pretty tight. (Covers)
Limps around to Hero in the SB who completes with K♠ 3♠ 3♦ 7♦ .
6 ways to the flop.
Flop: 4♦ 5♦ 6♦ ($30)
Hero checks his pants and leads out for $25. Both villains call. Rest fold.
Turn: 8♥ ($105)
Hero leads for $65. Villain 1 calls pretty quickly. Villain 2 quickly raises to $200.
If we flat here, what is our river play on paired cards and also non-pairing cards? I feel like no matter what we do on the turn or river, our perceived range is just so ridiculously strong.