Read on villain: He is a 40-ish blinged out Vietnamese/American, whose English is heavily accented. He's wearing a few gold rings with diamonds, a bracelet with diamonds, and has one diamond stud ear ring.
I have seen him make several medium-sized bluffs. Probably 5. The reason I know that these were bluffs is because when his opponent folded, he proudly flipped his hand each time, slammed it on the table, and said, "Ha! I got nothing. I bluff you!" Most of these were raised pots where the initial raiser had shown weakness at some point during the hand, or where he was the initial raiser and he barreled air twice (I never saw him triple, and I did see him appear to give up on a double barrel bluff that was called; he just check/folded the river). His bet sizing was usually around 3/4 to pot when he was bluffing, noticeably bigger than his value bets.
He is also a flush miner. I saw him play three flushes to showdown--he won with J6s and Q2s in limped pots, and lost a stack size pot with 52s when he was flush over flushed in a raised pot in which he had called OTB after 2 other callers.
When first into the pot, villain sort of telegraphs the playability, not the strength, of his hand with his preflop bet sizing. He limps suited trash and the other trash he plays, he open raises to $7 with suited connectors and one-gappers, small to mid pockets, and most broadway hands, and he raises to $12 with AQ+. I think, but am not sure, that he would limp behind the suited connecting stuff he would open raise to $7.
The lightest I saw him raise limpers was with 88, which he raised to $12 after 2 limpers.
Effective Stacks: $200
Hero is on the button with 5
UTG and UTG+1 fold, everybody thereafter limps, so 4 limpers to me, I limp behind, SB completes, BB checks.
Flop ($13): K
Checks to Me, I bet $12, BB calls, folds to villain in the cutoff who calls.
Turn ($46): A
BB checks, cutoff leads for $60, I think for a while and call, BB folds.
River ($166): A
Villain immediately says all in, and has me covered, I have $126 behind, so it's $126 to me to win $292.
Anybody fold either the turn or the river? Anybody shove the turn?