Villain is a reg, but no meaningful stats nor history/dynamic. Is 3bet/call pretty bad? I think that this would be a +EV spot for me to 3bet with pretty much anything since I would imagine villain's raising range to be pretty bluff-heavy here, but if I get jammed on I don't really see how I can get the 35% equity needed to call with my hand since his raise/jam range would be pretty much top pairs + sets + nut flush draws. But I think 3bet/fold is totally gross of course so I hate thinking like that. Would calling the flop raise and making it up as we go along after seeing a turn and his sizing be the only viable option then?
Don't worry about preflop btw, I get that it could/should be an openfold, either way I think it's inconsequential.
Grabbed by Holdem Manager
NL Holdem $1(BB) Replayer
Dealt to Hero J
fold, fold, fold, fold, Hero raises to $3, BB calls $2
FLOP ($6) 5
Hero bets $4, BB raises to $12, Hero raises to $27, BB raises to $97 (AI), Hero calls $70