200NL: QQ OOP, turn decision
Villain is 30/8/2, and my only note on him says "table captain," which typically means that he thinks that he plays well, and he wants others to think he plays well.
On the turn, a flushdraw got there, and I'm juggling betting for value (vs. Jx), betting for protection (vs. AhX and T9) and wondering what size to bet to - if possible - allow myself to fold if I get shoved on.
The effective stack on the turn is $160. I decided to bet $55, with the intention of calling a shove (betting an amount where he might think he has fold equity if he shoves), but I wasn't happy with it and in retrospect I think I did it versus the wrong villain.
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Hero (CO) ($321.05)
: Hero is CO with Q♠, Q♥
, Hero raises $12
, BB (poster) calls $10, Button calls $12, 2 folds
: ($39) J♥
, 2♠, 8♥ (3 players)
Hero bets $28
, BB calls $28, 1 fold
: ($95) 3♥ (2 players)
Hero bets $55.