re: Poker & $2 NLHE Full Ring: Good or bad play ?
Pre flop call is good for a set mine, I believe that having only 30 hands on our opponent is much too small of a sample to be basing our decisions on the hud stats, I treat all players as loose passive fish at this level until they prove otherwise in a hand, I get around 100 - 200 hands on them or they are multi-tabling regs. (Is this ok, or am I being too dismissive?)
The flop is begging for a C-bet but we don't know if villain is capable of recognising this. I would probably be checking and if villain checks behind going for donk value on the turn, and re-raising any bet for value. If I have information that Villain won't C-bet this board enough then donk betting for value is ok but we want to be going for max value, probably closer to pot. If villain has a hand then sizing won't matter to them (low stakes).
On the turn I would be making it closer to .25c for value. As played I believe we can re-raise villain here, his range is JQ, sets and nut flush draws I believe, AJ is floating the flop sometimes also, but its hard to see villain raising this here. I'm happy getting it in here, Villain could even have KK+ here sometimes and be getting spooked by the flush draw. If villain has exactly JJ then unlucky, re-load and keep grinding.
On the river I think we can shove over villains bet, villain will have KK and AA sometimes here also JQ, I think its pretty close, if we put villain on these hands then we should be jamming, if we put him on an over set we should be folding, if we think he bets his sets as often as his missed flushes we can probably justify a call. I think I'm Jamming here.