10$ NL Home Game: 97s in 3 bet pot, flops straight
I play a 10$ NL game with about 8 regulars once a month or so. Thusly, we have a lot of history, and everyone at least thinks they have a good read on each other.
My table image: I'm mega-LAG. I limped in preflop twice all night, and I played at least 30% of flops. I've shown down large bluffs on several occasions, won pots with T2os, ect. So lets just say I don't have as much folding equity as I would like.
Villain's table image: He's my roommate, and generally plays a tight game. However, he loosens up as the night goes on, and takes on a more "go home rich or broke, but nothing in between" attitude. Also, he *does not 4-bet preflop* EVER. He for some reason hates playing preflop, I don't know why.
This hand is late in the evening, and there are only 6 players left at the table. I have also recently stacked off with a paired flush draw, and villain knows that I play my draws very fast.
Villain is UTG+1, and has 24$
Hero is button holding
and has 31$
Blinds are $0.05 & $0.1
Villain raises to $0.5, folds around to Hero.
Hero re-raises to $1.80, folds back to Villain.
Villain calls $1.80
Pot = $3.75
Villain bets $4
So should we just pump it up to $10+ here? Villain knows we play draws fast, but on this board, its likely he has a draw here himself. How can we go about this to get the rest of his stack in?