Effective stacks = $1000
Hero: Known to make moves; known as aggressive. Villain is very familiar with Hero's game.
Villain #1: Solid LAG. Can get a little crazy at times but has been keepig it under control and is the big winner for the night.
Villain #2: Mega fish. Already checked behind or flat called river twice with the stone cold nuts tonight. Basically as bad as it gets.
Note: FWIW, all 3 players involved announced this was their last hand/last orbit.
Hero (UTG) raises to $35 with AJ and gets 5 callers (Villain #1 is CO and Villain #2 is BB).
Flop ($155 after rake): 8
Hero bets $85. folds to Villain #1 (CO) who thinks and calls. 2 more folds and Villain #2 calls in BB.
Thoughts: Giving up on this board probably isn't a bad idea but not a bad board to 3 barrell. Lots of good turns for me to bet for value/rep.
Turn $410: 8
Hero checks, Villain checks, Villain checks. Was going for a c/r here. We were deep enough to where I think I could've gotten either villain off a non-nut flush with a shove.
River $410: 8
Hero bets $250, Villain #1 shoves, Villain #2 folds, Hero ??? (about $550 to call)
Initially thought this was a snap fold but the more i think about it, what is villain really repping? He can't possibly call the flop with a set or 2p, especially when he had 2 or 3 people left to act behind him on the flop. But is he ever doing this with the K-high flush? Can he ever be bluffing with the fish behind him though (who could probably check behind turn with a flush )?