Originally Posted by ScottishMatt
So bet, bet, X/C? (when the draws brick)
The Ts isn't a bad card to c/c there, so sure. I might even bet in some instances based on information not present in the OP but you want a sense of how he'll play his one pair hands not to mention draws and random floats. Sometimes it's a tarp when villain takes this line although the board isn't of much concern for you here.
One of the things your line will depend on is how often to this point you've been doing exactly what you did in this hand. That is, check/call with top pair type hands and bet out when you're FOS. This is pretty transparent to a capable player. The reason I'm mostly betting the turn is similar to what igySK said. You (should) still have a fair amount of air when you barrel and a check may raise an eyebrow for a "capable" player. By check/calling the turn he'll correctly remove both your air and likely your strong hands from your range, and go from there. It's true this particular hand is still under repped somewhat after the turn action but as we're the preflop raiser the relevance of that is mitigated. He's less likely to make a river mistake ip than you are for the most part.
Moreover, from a balance standpoint, sets and big pairs just aren't enough hand combinations here to double as much as you should be without being extremely weak overall - snap mucking whenever he plays back etc. You'd have to start cbetting fewer flops, which is problematic bvb from the small blind.
If he's a habitual floater in this spot and more specifically the type that's easy to abuse because he predictably fires every time you check the turn to him (as opposed to checking back a fair number of turns ip after calling otf) then you can certainly make an argument for checking here, but even that depends on whether you've already been check/raising the **** out of him in spots like this like you'd want to do with players of that type. There's a lot of different dynamics to bvb play but I suppose what I'm trying to convey is that things like your perceived range and how he reacts to various lines at your disposal are much more important than say a 60% AFq over w/e number of hands, 'specially bvb. Observe and then plan accordingly but be sure to bear in mind your entire range when you do so instead of one particular hand.