$200 NLHE Full Ring: Live hand: JJ in 3-bet pot, A-high board vs. LAG
Villain is extremely loose and aggro. He sort of knows what he's doing and can hand read and I've seen him lay down big hands at times but just spews pre way too much.
We have significant history:
-- he raised $45 vs. straddle and called my shove for $250 with 98s
-- called limp/3-bet pre with 88 and called flop check/shove on J-high board
-- I called him down with J9 on K92 3 A board, he bet flop and river.
I won all of those hands and he's also bluffed me a few times and showed. He talks a lot during hands (I do, too) so I'll include his chatter in the HH.
There's a straddle to $10, he raises to $25 in CO (he can have ATC here), I make it $90 on BTN with
I have about $250 behind and he has me well covered. Everyone folds he calls.
He checks, I check
Villain: "I know you got quad 3s, I'm not going to bet."
He bets $90, I debate and start counting out chips and he lays it on.
"I called you preflop! Chris, Chris, I called you preflop, you know I got it."
I check for a heart.
"I called preflop! What do you think I called with preflop?"
I call ($160 behind)
"Oh, what am I going to do. What to do. Alright, I'll check."
I feel pretty strongly that he'd just lead the flop with like AK/AQ although he can surely have worse aces that he might check the flop with. I feel like his range is a lot of 9x, Ax, random single hearts and not many flushes at all (he'd just shove them).