I'm a losing 10/20 player so please disregard my advice.
Preflop looks fine to me.
Flop sizing looks fine to me. I'd probably make it $200. Your opponents have shown so much weakness that you may want to bet with your entire range here. I think a small bet works better against weak ranges. You get much better odds on your bluffs, and your second barrel is more effective due to their weaker continuing ranges.
The decision after the flop raise confuses me a lot. I'd probably 3-bet to $2200.
On the one hand, a 3-bet nearly turns our hand face-up. We're repping sets (weighted towards TT) and maybe a rare bad tilted semi-bluff and that's it. If we just call, we keep the fish in and give villain a chance to keep firing with his draws. If we raise, villain probably folds everything except sets. He might even find a fold with 22.
But on the other hand… we are super deep against a wide range with a hand that will be very hard for us to fold. Do we actually WANT villain to continue with his draws here? I don't think so. We're in danger of giving him very good implied odds against us. What do we do if the flush or straight hits and he keeps on betting? Many live villains almost never barrel the turn unless they hit, so there's a good chance we can't win any more money from his draws anyway.
Also, I think villain's tilt-inducing image weighs this even further towards a 3-bet. He's probably used to people blowing up over him and putting way too much money in, so maybe he'll find a way to pay you off. He might even be tilted himself, as the table talk makes it sound like he's playing too many hands.
Online, against players who pay attention and take notes, where balance matters a lot, I think you should call. Live, where balance doesn't matter as much, people call too much, and don't barrel-bluff very often, I think 3-bet is best.
As played, on the turn, I think call > raise > fold. I think raise/fold > raise/call.
Originally Posted by Mr Spyutastic
If you don't think ihave the nuts in this spot you are insane. Or the biggest scared money nit on earth.
2) Gives results.
3) Without admitting it.
The possibility that villain has 43 is very important here. There are 16 combos of 43 versus just 6 combos of 55/22. Villain sounds like exactly the sort of player who may have a very wide range preflop in this spot. And 43o is exactly the sort of screw-you garbage hand that a tilted live villain will opt to raise with preflop.