Playing some 200nl at a casino in New Mexico. The place is a local joint so the vast majority of players are tight-passive regulars who are typically older men.
The villain in this hand is a typical tight-passive live player who never seems to get out of line. If I recall correctly he would limp fairly wide in LP and didn't raise too often from any position.
$1/$2 Full Ring - Holdem - 9 players
HJ - $300
Hero (CO) - $300
Hero has A⋄J♣
4 folds, HJ raises to $8, Hero calls $8, 3 folds
Flop: ($19, 2 players)
HJ bets $10, Hero calls $10
Turn: ($39, 2 players)
HJ bets $25, Hero raises to $75, HJ raises to $282 (All-in), Hero folds
Looking for thoughts on the turn play specifically, as the rest is standard. His shove was fairly quick.