Effective stacks = $2500
Hero: Internet Kid-image. Having a small winning session and haven't shown down any hands (but did show a successful 3-barrell bluff).
Villain #1: Young kid, seems a bit loose-passive. We were playing 3 and 4 handed for about an hour and this villain would continuously try to trap with big hands. As table filled up he's been playing a bit more straightforward. Limp/calls a ton preflop but seems generally competent. Has made comment's about hero's aggressiveness in position/squeezes.
Villain #2 and Villain #3: Kinda irrelevant in this hand. Both loose-passive fishes who will chase with any draw. Typical passive fish.
Hero has Q
Villain #3 (UTG) raises to 35. Villain #1 calls (UTG+1), Hero calls (BTN), Villain #2 calls (SB).
Flop ($140): Q
Villain #2 (SB) checks, Villain #3 (UTG, preflop raiser) checks, Villain #1 bets $75, Hero calls, Villains #2 and #3 both call.
Thoughts: Villain #1 could be taking a stab after the preflop raiser checks but I'm pretty sure he has at least some piece of this board as he's been playing fairly straightforward. Only a half-pot bet so I don't expect him to be really strong here. Fish villains could have anything but are almost certainly week.
Turn ($440): Q
Villains #2 and #3 check, Villain #1 bets $75
Hero calls (???), Villains #2 and #3 fold (lol).
Thoughts: At this point I think Villain's betsizing screams draw but $75 into this pot is still super small, even for that. Could have quads or a boat, but I expect him to bet larger on flop with sets too. I don't think I can raise here since fish villains have 5s in their range.
River ($590): Q
Villain insta-bets $500. Hero ???