This is a hand from 2/2 plo at MD Live. This isn't super relevant, but Live uses a must move system and this is the main game.
BB- hero has a tight solid image. Started off at the table very card dead and a few villains have vocally pointed out that I have played very few hands and not gotten involved post flop. I have taken a decent amount of money from the game this year, but only the villain to my immediate left knows this. $550 stack.
Straddle - longtime reg, generally well respected and well liked. Plays too many hands, calls too many bets, but is probably at least a slight winner in the game. $1000 to $1200 stack
UTG + 1 young Asian. He was next to me on the list and moved with me all night. Has told me multiple times that he played professionally in Hammond Indiana, but I don't really believe him. I recently moved from Chicago and put a ton of hours into that casino without ever seeing him. He described the game there accurately, but somehow thought it was a disadvantage that villains generally don't believe you when you bet the exact value of your hand. He raises often pre and likes to make lots of small bets post. He will occasionally get stuck overplaying marginal hands post, be he definitely has a fold button. $500 stack
UTG+2 - very passive player, plays to many hands. Sat next to me at the previous table and liked to show me when he made obvious folds with marginal holdings. $275 ish stack.
Cut - middle aged with guy. Seems fun and friendly, most of the regs recognize him. Has helped the dealer twice in hands he wasn't involved in. Has a massive tower of red chips, 2k+.
Action: UTG +1 raises to $20 (everyone knows it should be $19, but we have agreed to not make the dealer make change).
+2 and cut call, I call with KsQQJs, straddle calls.
Flop $102: KTs5s
I check, checked to cut, he bets $80. This is intentionally less than full pot, which is unusual on a flop this wet