Fold, leave the table and hide until the urge to raise passes....
He has a VIP of 9% and a PFR of 8% He plays only premium hands. Ok Im sure he has bluffed once and got away with it... but why do you want to commit 1/4 of your chip stack just to find out if this is the second this session he is bluffing
Call.. maybe.. see how he plays PF
If he c-bets 3/4 pot then im assuming the pot will be 300 of which only 100 is your bet (50 was already in the pot as you are BB)
So his 3/4 pot bet will be 225 bringing the pot total to 525.
To call the flop it will cost you therefore a total of 325 (225 + origional 100) which is still 155 short of your origional raise to 480.
So this way you get to see a flop and if you like it have 155 chips (saved) to put towards betting out on it. (or the turn)
If you dont like it you have 155 chips more in your chip stack.
Even so.. why take on the Super TAG yet anyway?
Who was it that said 'let someone else play sheriff'?
just my humble ramblings