Originally Posted by The Dark Side
Raise more Pre-flop.
bet more Flop.
Bet more Turn.
As played. Snap call.
Eh I disagree with most of this.
Villain's play basically indicates monster, draw, or nothing. His stats aren't hilariously bad so we can largely discount the possibility of him overplaying a weaker made hand than ours, and the board is dry so we can discount the possibility of a draw.
Yeah villain is defending a button raise so his preflop range is pretty wide, but I don't see how the flop bet is 'too small' given the dry board. AA isn't a strong enough hand on this sort of board that we should be looking to get it all in, as if we encounter stiff opposition it's likely we're in trouble.
Turn I agree is a little small given the size of the pot and may have prompted villain to continue running with a bluff (that he may otherwise have given up with) with the intention of leading any river seeing as your turn bet looks weak.
River seems pretty close to me and I don't think it's a snap-anything. I'm not sure if he has air often enough for calling to be profitable, but in practice I'd probably end up calling (especially given what I said above re: the turn) and making a note even though I expect to be shown 7x a lot of the time.