H: mid 20's just moved to this new table about 10 minutes prior
V: Older gentelman, prob around mid 50's and he's the only guy at the table I don't recognize and have never played with before. I just witnessed a hand where he raised pre then c-bet on a K, Q, 3 rainbow flop, got raised and then 4-bet all in and his opponent folded and showed a K.
V has $600, H covers
V raises to $20 in MP folds around to H on the button who calls with 3♠ 4♠
Flop ($45) 8♥ 5♥ 2♥ V checks, H bets $30 V calls
Turn ($105) Q♦ V checks, H checks
River ($105) A♦ V bets $50, H thinks for a bit and raises to $165, V snap shoves all in for $375 on top.
Does V just have to have a flush here? The line makes sense as he just check calls the flop then bets out river and 4 bets all in. If he has an overpair you would think he bets out on the flop and if he has AK or AQ would he really 4 bet on the river.