Originally Posted by MApoker
Funny, I played a very similar hand at that same table, and I think it might have been against the same two villains. One (V1) was the tighter older guy with the baseball cap and the white beard; the other (V2) was the also-older-but-very-loose guy with the glasses, gray hair and foreign accent.
In my hand, V1 raised from UTG, V2 cold-called from LP, and I called from the BB with KT (possibly suited). Flop came AKT rainbow.
I bet out, V1 raised, and V2 re-raised. I made a mistake here, and just called, as did V1. Turn was a blank, V1 checked, V2 bet again, and I called again (second mistake.) River was a J, V1 bet, V2 raised, and I finally folded, it being obvious that someone had a Q.
As it turned out, both villains were betting aggressively with one pair and the straight draw (AQ and KQ), and I was ahead until the river.
My BTN player matches your description of V1. Not sure about my SB. I know both of my villains by name but obviously I can't type them in a public forum.
It seems call or raise the cbet is fine just to see what BTN does. BTN seems to have the narrowest range. I think the way I played it, I can't two cold given 1:10 pot odds hoping and praying BTN doesn't reopen the action by 3betting. I'm most likely behind, I have four very tainted outs (two A's and two Q's), and if I do call I must fold turn UI since I'll never get the proper odds on the turn.