2/5nl at Graton Casino. Morning game. $350 eff.
Villian 1: Older active player. Would bet/raise hard with nuts.
Villian 2: Well established loose-aggressive.
I'm unsure what my image is today. Game has been going only 90 min. I lost a big pot to quads, but other hands were standard stuff. My opinion is that most at the game are not level two thinkers.
V2 limps, TAG limps, I raise to $25 with AJcc, V2 calls as do other two.
Flop: As 9d 3d
V2 checks, TAG checks and I bet $60. V2 says "I was going to bet $65" and calls. Gets back to V2 who jams for $250. TAG folds. I have been in this spot before with V2. This is a flush draw at best. Easy call, but what of V1? From experience he does not have a set, two-pair, or probably even AK but this one I'm less sure, and I can't assume or hope he shows up here with A10. I decide to put my remaining $320 in on a re-raise to maximize a show of strength.
Is this correctly known as "Leveraging my stack"? Is this the sort of spot to employ this move? Is this standard? Is this just a spew?