Hero: Mid 20s, known as an aggressive player and have played a lot with villain who has seen me have anything from the nuts to nothing on min-raises.
Villain: 30s, pretty tight player, but decent post-flop. I've never seen him get out of line over a pretty large sample.
Stacks: Hero - 400, Villain 275
Villain opens in LP to 12
Hero on button calls w/ 7
BB calls, and EP calls
BB check, EP checks, Villain bets $30, Hero raises to $60, BB folds, EP folds, Villain calls
After his-cbet, I have villains range as [any pair, AQo+, AJs]. That's how tight his opening range is pre-flop.
I know most of you will say I should raise it bigger on the flop, but I know villain can fold 99-JJ here to a big raise and I obviously want to keep those hands in.
Hero bets $85
Villain thinks for about 15 seconds and shoves for $200 total
Hero ????? (need to call $115 to win $454)
This really surprised me. I know villain never has a straight here. So he either has 77, 55, 22 or KK+. Only 1 combo of both 77 and 55, so I think it's either 22 or KK+.
My question is, wouldn't KK or AA 3bet the flop? If so, I really don't think I am good here at all on the turn. Having said that my image is so aggro that he can easily think AA is crushing me here.
Is this a standard call, or do you guys ever lay this down here given how narrow I believe his range to be?