I was playing a cash game in a local cardroom here when this situation occurred for me. I'm happy enough with my decision but just looking for some other opinions and or points of views.
The game was a 1/2€ cash game, 8 players. The players in general were min buying in or buying in for only 50€. In general the players aren't being serious and just playing recreational. The table has been playing with no new players for a bit longer than 2 hours.
Hero Stack: 275€
Villain Stack: 90~€
Villain: UTG+1 limps. Villain has shown down some very weak holdings, and has shown that he likes suited cards, any combination of them, i.e. K♦︎2♦︎. Kind of aggressive with large bet sizing on draws.
Folds around to hero.
Hero: K♥,Q♥, hero opens to 7€.
Folds back to villain, he calls. Pot is now €16 (1€ gone from rake hence not 17€)
Hero: Pretty comfortable with my hand here so raise to 10€.
Villain: Check-raises the hero to 30€. Now I will say he has done this previously, and shown a mediocre flush draw when he was called. To hero, at the time, it looks like a flush draw.
Action is on hero, what would be your thoughts on this? What would you have done? I'm thinking it was a mistake to shove, perhaps calling and assessing on the turn and shoving then was the better option. As I said I'm looking for other opinions and points of views here.
Now this doesn't really matter to my question but for those wondering hero shoved, villain made a crying call. Turn was a blank and the river came 2♦︎, villain tabled Q♦︎,5♦︎.