Villain is new to the table. He sat down about an hour ago with $200ish which leads me to believe he is more rec. No real reads or image. He is a younger guy. Side note: He is REALLY good at playing with his chips, lol.
I'm in the HJ with A♦ K♠. I open-raise to $20. Villain is in the CO and calls.
$40. Flop comes A♥ J♣ 5♦.
I lead out for $30 and get raised to $65.
So this is an area where I struggle. I'm not sure what to do. I'm obviously not folding at this point in the hand. The raise is so small, I don't really know what to put him on. But my inclination is that he isn't very strong based on his bet sizing. (How do typically interpret min-raises like this?)
For ranges, he could have KQ or QT for a gutter. I suppose sets and AJ but I think that's unlikely given his small sizing. Maybe he is doing this with 99? I dunno.
So my main question is: how would you play this only 60bb deep? And if it would be any different if we were 100bb deep?
Do you shove? This is likely a WAWB spot.
Do you re-raise?
Do you just call? If you just call, do you ever lead the turn?
Thanks a bunch for your thoughts.