2/5 game well into the night. Effective stack size is 1100. Villain in the hand is a Washington Redskin player with wife/girlfriend sitting behind him. Villain def. has an understanding of the game, not a total moron, but has proven to be far too attached to draws/seemingly big hands without much regard to pot size, board runouts, etc... He's also raised 2 broadway cards a few times regardless of position. I was trying to just value the guy all night as I had a tough time getting him on a range. I haven't seem him lay anything down in the hour he's been at the table, but he hasn't shown a horrible bluff gone wrong etc...
V in UTG+1 raises to 20. 2 callers and I call in the co with Ah7h. Blinds fold and we see a flop (pot is 74) of 7d Jh Kc. Checked around. I thought about betting here, especially since the preflop raiser checked, but I didn't see myself getting through 3 players with my image, if the board had hit me, it would be hard for the other players to believe the bet since I would have most likely 3b in that situation. I think it would appear that I was repping a hand like KT, QJ, etc... and I don't think I get through everyone.
Turn is 3h. V bets 45 and 2 other players fold. Gets to me and I am debating a call or a raise. I opted for a call, mostly for the reasons listed above, and that I just couldn't figure out what this guys range was. I had him pegged for a either KT, QQ, AJ hand that I think he might have raised pf or a KJ/JJ/ hand that he was slowplaying. Thoughts?
River is the 7c. V bets 100, I raise to 250, he calls and mucks.