6max Nlhe, home-game, blinds are 0.5/1, deepstack (everyone approximately ~350 stack)
Villain is a very experienced and regular winning player, very tricky, capable of unorthodox plays as well. We have played around 100 hands during the night. We don't have a particular history between us, other than he considers to be more experienced than me. Generally, my image is tight, and that night in particular rock-like player.
- Pre flop Villain raises to 3.5 from early position.
I re-raise from Dealer Button with A⋄A♥ to 12
Everyone folds and the villain calls (pot~25, our stacks~340)
Flop comes A♠K♠7♠
Villain bets quickly 20, I re-raise to 60, he thinks for about 1 minute and calls (looks like he was thinking to raise in my opinion)
Turn comes 6♥. Pretty much a blank.
He quickly checks. I bet 70 and he snap calls.
(pot~280, our stacks~210)
River comes 2♠ putting a 4 flush on the board.
He takes some time and bets only 60
What should I do?
I was between folding and calling obviously, but I want to hear your thoughts as to how I played the hand generally (given the info) and for the final decision.
PS. I will give the results later ;)
I called relatively fast, just the way Dr.DrfbagIII described. My Opponent held AK, just top two pairs, without any flush. He was shocked he was beat at the end, he put me on a hand type like AQ through the entire hand and at the end he was thin value betting, at least that's what he told me. In the flop, he told me he was thinking of re-raising with the intention of getting his entire stack in, but he decided to play it a bit slower, since we were pretty deep-stack. I found the hand very interesting that's why I posted it, although I think I could have got more value in such a spot (top-set vs top two pair).