$200 NL HE Full Ring: Live game, flopped set on monotone board
Table is loosy goosy, few tight players, most are loose/aggressive, but by no means good players thinking players. Table is decently deep couple 300BB stacks, everyone playing with full stacks. Gamblor central.
My table image is tight solid, only shown down one hand was A7s flopped TP2P vs bottom set.
Villan is from out of town, younger and couple buyins stuck. LAGgy, impatient.
BTN is loose aggressive, stuck a couple buyins and on tilt. Bad player.
EFFECTIVE STACKS $200.
Straddle is ON.
HERO has 6h 6d
UTG calls $4
HERO CO calls $4
BTN raises to $10
VILLAN SB calls $9
BB calls $8
Straddle calls $6
UTG calls $6
HERO CO calls $6
PF - I love to call this hand PF in a multi way pot, hoping to flop big and stack some of the looser players that are in. Didn't feel there was a lot of fold equity in raising and isolating since the players were calling wayyy too wide.
FLOP POT ($60)
Ac Qc 6c
4 checks, HERO checks, BTN checks
FLOP- obviously i'm going for a CR on this flop, looking for the bad laggy originally raiser to bet and maybe trap a couple of the limpers in the pot, didni't work.
TURN 4h ($60)
SB bets $25, 3 folds, HERO calls $25, BTN folds
RIVER Kd ($110)
SB bets $60, HERO calls $60
Ok, so at any point is a raise justified? I figure even a bad player would not stack off a single ace on this board, but I could be wrong. I was confused, VILLAN is pretty tilty as well, having just losing a couple pots and just rebought in.
Anyone play this a bit differently? Are we playing for stacks on this flop?
Thoughts opinions please.