$25 NLHE 6-max: QQ facing shove on J high board
Villian Stats (VPIP/PFR/AF): 36/18/3
Hi guys played an interesting hand at 25NL 6 max and would like some feedback on the way to approach the hand.
Villain (CO) $29.45 - VP:36 PFR:18 AF:3.0 W:67|100 STL:0| 3B:25| CB:100| N:32.39 Hands:11
Hero (BTN) $23.84 - VP:18 PFR:11 AF:2.4 W:32|38 STL:26|79 3B:0|50 CB:88|0 N:-30.23 Hands:125
Pre Flop: Hero (BTN) with Q♦ Q♣
P1(UTG) folds, P2(MP) folds, P3(CO) calls 0.25, Hero(BTN) raises 1, P5(SB) folds, P6(BB) calls 0.75, Villain(CO) raises 4.85, Hero(BTN) calls 4.10, P6(BB) folds
Flop: J♦ 2♠ T♣ (2 players)
Villain (CO) bets 24.35, Hero ???
Given that I don't have much info on villain "only 11 hands tracked" usually a limp raise indicates KK or AA 90% of the time when initiated by a weaker player and given that good players do not limp with premium holdings since they are seeking value I am assuming that villain is somewhat weak. My question here is could you possibly get away from this hand against an unknown presumably weak player in this spot?