AQo OOP facing river shove
Hi guys I recently played an interesting hand at a 2/5 NL table and would like some feedback on the way I approached the hand.
MP2 limps. Hero in LP opens to $30 holding A♠ Q♦ Villain in CO and MP2 both call.
The flop comes: 3♠ 4♥ T♣ $97 in pot.
MP2 checks. Hero bets $50. Villain calls. MP2 folds.
The turn brings a T♦ $197 in pot.
It goes check. Check.
The river brings the A♣
Hero bets $100. Villain shoves for his remaining $200. The reason I value bet this river was because villain's flop calling range consists of A3s, A4s, A2s, 56s, and Tx hands. All these hands are suited because villain wouldn't call pre-flop without a suited weak hand. Villain is loose passive aggressive. He chases draws and commits to them on the turn. I have seen him call a value bet on the flop with a weak draw and commit his stack on the turn with the same draw. His shove here feels like Ax and Tx type hands and given I'm getting nearly 5 to 1 on a call it's hard to fold here.
Thanks for the feedback guys!