I have 1450 and my image is fairly tight, def. aggressive and this hand is 2 hands after I doubled a shortstack when we both flopped flushes with the A on board and his K6>QJ. I don't think they see me as tilting.
V. 1 is somewhat irrelevant except that he is shortstacked and has been buying in short and eventually going broke throughout the night. His play makes little sense other than he hasn't put his money in ahead all night. He is strictly reactionary.
V.2 is a regular in the game. I don't know his name, but he is 25-30 white guy Plays pretty aggressive and is definitely a winning player. He 5b QQ and hit a Q on the flop and has been slowly adding to his stack since with a 4-5k stack. Not sure about 5b QQ, but there was a lot of history between the two players.
I'm in the bb with 45ss. 2 limpers to V2 in mp who raises to 50. 2 callers and I call out of the bb. Limpers call and we take the flop 5 ways.
Flop (250) 3s6d9s. I check, hoping to check raise, and it gets checked through. Ughhh.
Turn is 4d. I lead out for 200, folded to V1 who calls and V2 raises to 575. Folded to me. Shortstack has 320 left and I consider him all in. There is zero doubt that he will call here. So effective pot size is 1420 and I have 1200 left. I'm a bit unsure of V2's range because I think he bets the flop with overpairs, sets, semi-bluffs, etc.. I think that he has either 44, 55, 77 here. If I assume worst case scenario I have 33% equity. I tank for a bit to work this out in my head and decide to shove, and V2 calls.
Thoughts on the play? I think the equity is pretty close. I'm not sure that a flat call is ever appropriate, and I'm not sure I can fold the turn. I was disappointed not to be able to check raise the flop, and maybe I should have led there? Fold pre probably isn't horrible. Any thoughts are appreciated.