The villain just sat down a few hands prior to this, so neither of us should have had any reads on the other.
$1/2 NL (10 handed)
SB Villain (~$190)
BB Hero (~$300)
Normalish stack sizes for non-relevant players
Hero is dealt A♥K♥
Several limp, SB completes, Hero BB raises to $12, 2 MP limpers plus Villain SB call.
Flop (~$48) Q♥ 3♥ 3♦ Villian checks, Hero bets $25, others fold, Villain raises to $50, Hero calls
Villain is SB, so there is a non-zero chance he has the 3. Probably more likely though that he has the Q or some random pocket pair. My flush is likely to be good if it gets there, and maybe even my overs. The raise is cheap enough that I think calling and seeing another card is best.
Turn (~$148) A♦ (not positive about suit)
Villain bets $25, Hero calls
I was not sure what to make of this undersized bet. Villain might just not understand bet sizing relative to pot at all. I just caught up to KQ, QJ, 88 type hands, but I don't like raising in the off chance he has the 3 (which I can still catch up to with another heart). If he has A3 then I could actually understand the undersized bet though...
River (~$198): apparent brick, 8♣ or something
Villain tries to go all-in, pushing $95 with one hand and about $8 with the other. Dealer calls string bet and makes it just $95. What should I do here?
His line just seems so weird to me that I'm not sure what to make of it. That 3 is a possibility, but I did raise preflop. On the turn he seemed to not understand bet sizing, but then he goes all-in on the river. This is also the 3rd time he's fired at the pot.