He's repping 22/99/88, 88 mostly. It's a tiny range but his range from the blinds also appears very small. He appears aggressive and the flop is great for a bluff, the turn is a strange place to do so though unless he's turning 66 into a bluff or is loose enough to call AQ/AJ OOP. FCB stat. CR stats. Raise c-bet% would be nice even if a little unconverged.
I call and evaluate the river. We have the odds
and he appears aggressive enough the board dry enough and his range thin enough. I hate the sort of answer I just gave but there are so many combinations of cards or bet sizes.
The river will be a tough spot, his small flatting range, his call on the flop and the wackiness of the line if this is a bluff are arguments to fold.
The tiny range he reps, his aggressive preflop stats and the fact people seem to go wild on paired boards argue a call.
Mostly we're calling the turn in the hope for a check back which most bluff will do here imo. To bluff with a small raise most the time it's as villain lacks the balls to make a proper raise or has the nuts. I expect most bluffs to midget bet or check the river.
Would really like to see villains postflop stats and the river card if you called.