Very young looking kid who plays a very nitty TAG approach, but can mix in a few big squeezes here and there from BU and what not. The following hand happened about 5 minutes later, after the table caught me doing my first big bluff; when I tried to push someone out with a $600 turn bet with 8-6 on a 4-8-4-Q board and the villain hero called with T/T.
MP limps. LP opens to $20. Hero looks down at 9♠ 6♠ and calls
EFF is around $650 ish (whatever MP has)
Flop $60: 10♦ 3♥ Q♠
Checks to me, where I bet $25
MP calls. LP folds.
Turn $110: 10♦ 3♥ Q♠ A♠
MP leads for $45
I call the $45
River $200: 10♦ 3♥ Q♠ A♠ J♠
MP continues for $45
Hero raises to $350
Is this a bad line to take? Is my sizing too big, that I can only get called by better? I made this sizing because I was caught bluffing big earlier, and wanted to look like I was still steaming. Plus if he did make a straight, I don't think he can help himself fold, he might believe he is either chopping or I'm trying to rep the straight or flush. It's hard to imagine him having a flush given the river sizing. And his flush combos are literally like 2 specific hands of like 10-K,8 spades. Just some thoughts.
Or do we just go standard and raise it to like $215 and tried to get called. But I believe if he can call the river raise, he can call the $350 as well. Because his hand would be that strong (straights and what not)