I have questions on multiple streets in this hand, so will post in pieces.
2/5 NL 1000 effective.
Main villain in this hand is a younger guy (mid 20s). He seems fairly aggressive and a capable hand reader. He tends to take initiative in a hand, but has shown some restraint when meeting resistance. Seems aware of position and tends to give himself initiative in a hand
Hero should have a fairly solid image, but has been opening more than the table average and firing c-bets fairly regularly.
10 handed. Most stacks are deep.
Pre-flop. Hero opens MP1 with AdJc. villain calls from MP3. One caller from late position and another from the blinds.
Flop (80). Jd8c2d Hero c-bets 45. Villain raises to 125. Folds to hero.
I don't like any of my options.
Folding - I think villain is capable of raising this with hands I beat, although since there are two more players behind, I think it's more likely to be a semi-bluff than pure air. I c-bet a little small since the board didn't seem too wet and it seemed there weren't many hands that could call. Villain may have perceived the bet size as weak and decided to raise with some flush draws or combo draws as well as sets. So I don't like folding.
Re-raising - While I think I can get value from some draws, I am not excited to get stacks in with just TPTK and a 9:1 SPR
Calling - Calling seems like the best option, since it's not clear we're behind and it costs 80 to win 250. However, it's hard for my hand to improve and there are a lot of potentially scary turn cards. If the turn is any diamond, Q or 7, it's going to be hard to stand up to future aggression.