Villain in the hand is a young kid who looks familiar and is playing like an absolute wizard. Opening a ton, flatting opens pretty loose especially from the blinds, peeling most 3bets, playing pretty stubbornly postflop. He hasn't had much resistance and has built a big stack from having it in all the big pots and spewing in the small ones.
Youngish kid opens to 600 at 150/300/25 from utg1 when he usually opens to 750-800, villain casually slings in chips for a call from the hj. I have AQo otb and think squeezing is perfectly fine here but I call.
utg1 bets 1150, villain quickly makes it 3350, I?
I have about 24-26k, both villains cover by a good bit. I'll post the rest of the hand but I'm interested in opinions on all streets, especially a general flop plan. My image thus far is fairly good but I did c/r a river to 7k and snap fold to a shove for 3k more earlier. Also played some value hands a little tricky but have been my usual tag self otherwise.
I raise to 6750, villain calls very quickly.
villain checks very quickly I check behind
Utg opens to 900 at 200/400/50. He's a young kid who is playing pretty loose but fairly passive. He raises a lot of hands and defends wide, but hasn't 4bet at all despite getting 3bet a lot. Just seems to be opening too many hands but not doing anything too crazy.
I'm utg+1 with 6
and 3bet to 2450. Dave "Coldstone" Inselberg is utg+2 and calls pretty quickly. He's a 40 something east coast live pro who is decent but has standard east coast live pro leaks. I'd say his range here is extremely weighted towards QQ and KK. I think he folds JJ and AK pre and I'm not sure if he would flat aces or not but he'd probably think a bit longer if did.
Utg calls as well and the flop comes 6
I have about 38k and both villains cover. Utg checks. What's the best way to get a ton of money in vs Coldstone here? I think if I bet/bet/shove he's going to get away from queens on some street. I considered betting a standard amount, check/raising, or bombing the flop (like 10-12k) because I think he folds the flop never and it could be the quickest way to get a bunch of money in.
I decide to check. He bets 3500, utg folds and I raise to 10k. He calls pretty quickly.
Turn is A
and I have about 28k and there's 28k in the pot. Wug?