$400 NLHE Full Ring: Stacking off light against villain
Hi guys played an interesting hand at a 2/5 table and would some feedback on the way I approached this hand.
I have been playing short stack (60 BB) lately and I have showed some significant profits utilizing this style as it suits my style of play very well.
Villain opens UTG for $15. Hero in the CO 3 bets to $50. It is folded around to the SB who calls and Villain calls as well.
The flop comes: 5♠ 6♠ 2♣ $155 in pot
SB leads out for $15 and villain min-raises to $30.
I just sat down at this table so I have no info on SB but have played with Villain (UTG) in the past and he is a loose maniac who loves to gamble and make very thin calls chasing two outers and gut-shots. Now I just want to clarify that this is a very thin spot that I usually do not put myself in but given that I'm properly rolled and well cushioned I can afford to test different spots to help improve my game. My strategy pre-flop was to 3 bet and isolate Villain which unfortunately didn't work given that the SB called. With that being said and given the effective stacks, the board texture, the fact that many turn cards are a potential threat, and that neither villain has shown much strength (donk lead and min-raise) would you just stack off light in this spot?
Thanks for the feedback again guys!