PF: I once had it hammered into my head to 3-bet AK almost always. Sure, it's nice to flop an A or K. But I think they say that AK's strength is in its fold equity. In your spot here, you also want to isolate the 1st raiser and keep your position post-flop. If he re-raises you, fine. But at least you have him HU. As played, you still have position. But the villain SB now has the initiative by 3-betting.
FLOP: Jeez, I dunno. You say he could be making a move, but what if he isn't? If you would have 3-bet the flop and he
I think you'd have a better read here.
- If you think he doesn't have you beat or he's drawing, I'd re-raise enough to only give him around 2-1 pot odds
. Since he has already enlarged the pot, the minimum I'd go is $5. 5 + 3.35 = 8.35 ; 5 - 1.10 = 3.90 to go. 8.35/3.90 = 2.14-1 pot odds for him. But now that only leaves you about $3+ behind. So now, I'd consider shoving that flop. The only hands that beat you are AA and sets (maybe KJ). If he is drawing, gotta make him pay.
- But if you aren't really sure, the stab you took at the flop was OK. Or I wouldn't mind flatting to keep the pot small and more of your stack to use next street. However...
TURN: If you think the J helped him, you are dead. Check behind. But if you think he is still drawing, your shove is all you can do.