Originally Posted by bgomez89
i had no info on villain as stated in the OP
I disagree with this statement, the villain's pre flop and flop play instantly indicates a loose passive player to me. I am going to rely on that read until proved otherwise.
The button open is obviously standard but I think the cbet needs to be larger on the drawy board. I am expecting to take the pot down uncontested a lot but am still finding a lot of value from worse hands.
The turn is a bad call but once checked to, I think we have to make another value bet and fold to a checkraise. Following this line of thought I would probably consider a thin value bet if checked to on the river because the 2 is an absolute brick.
As played I would consider the turn check a trap check and snap call the overbet. Villain could show up with nearly ATC by that point.