$50 NLHE 6-max: TP on 2 flush board facing a smallish c/r... turn play when check to?
Villain is a pita on the flop, but relatively straightforward on the turn and river. 2k hands, 23/18/2.6 with a c/r cbet of 30%. In the past he's done it with any 2 overcards, OESDs, FDs, and all the usual sets and stuff.
$0.25/$0.50 No Limit Hold'em - 5 players
Hero (CO): $50.50
($0.75) Hero is CO with J
, Hero raises to $1.50
, 2 folds
, BB calls $1
($3.25) 7[image: http://static.deucescracked.com/images/diamond.gif] 4[image: http://static.deucescracked.com/images/diamond.gif] A[image: http://static.deucescracked.com/images/spade.gif] (2 players)
BB checks, Hero bets $2.12
, BB raises to $5.50
, Hero calls $3.38
($14.25) 5[image: http://static.deucescracked.com/images/club.gif] (2 players)
BB checks, Hero ... ?
On the flop he didn't c/r very big, which I think /might/ rule out a set/2 pair. So after I call, the turn bricks and he checks to me, should I always bet here, knowing I'll get value from his flush draws/straight draws, but can safely fold to another c/r - not that I think he has ever gone for a double c/r in the past, especially since he knows I'm not likely to bet the turn with a bare FD myself.
A pretty standard value bet on the turn right? How much?