$200 NLHE Full Ring: KQ as a value bet in this situation???
I was playing live $1/$3 at a local casino recently when this hand came up. I start this hand with $166 and have the villian covered. The villian in this hand is immediately to my left in hijack. I have only played about 20 hands with this opponent and my read is he is tight, but not particularly aggressive. He has only shown down three hands: TT for second pair which he checked when overcard hit on turn, KJs for top pair (checked to river), and QT for straight (called a bet on rivered straight).
Preflop, UTG and UTG1 both limp, I am dealt KdQh and raise to $15 three off the button. My raise is called by Villian and both limpers.
Flop: 7c Th 3s (Pot: $59 accounting for rake), which is checked through.
The turn brings the Kh. Action checks to me and I bet $20, which is called by all three players.
The river is the 6c and it checks to me again. I bet $131 all-in into the $139 pot. Villian tanks for about two minutes, asking me if I have slowplayed a set, then finally calls for his last $119. The other players fold and he shows AhKc.
I have analyzed this hand on my own and identified some errors in my play here and would like advice on these topics. Particularly, there are three main things.
1. Should KQo go for value on this river against three opponents?
2. What should the appropriate bet size be on all streets here? I have noticed through session reviews that I consistently mess up bet sizing, particularly in multiway pots.
3. Playing against an unknown opponent perceived to be tight, could you expect this opponent to ever call this bet with a worse hand like KJ, or did I accidently turn this hand into a bluff against this opponent?
In addition, please comment on any other issues you may see with the way this hand played out. Perhaps you will see something about the hand I missed. Please identify anything you believe to be a mistake in the way the hand is played with discussion so I can learn from it and not make those mistakes again in the future.
Thanks and let me know if you need more information. I am relatively new to the site and this is my first time posting a hand for review.