Ok full replay, sorry thought most of the needed info is clear on the screenshot.
Previous hand, Folded to me and I make it 4BB preflop with Q3h (I'm aware this is wrong, I do this for a specific reason that none of you agree with so I won't bother). I take it down. You can see in the SS my position in both hands.
Next hand, I limp, CO limps, button folds, SB raises 3BB, BB calls.
So first decision there is 320 in the pot, with only one potential caller behind me with position, the other two are in front. I have 1740 behind. Yes, my hand is basically sht, but let's be honest, I'm not really intending to play my hand if I flat call here.
I call and CO calls so 420 in the pot to the flop. You can see it. A77hh.
Checked to me, I check and CO bets min 1bb 40. Usually all 4 would stay in, but SB calls, BB folds and I call.
600 in the pot, I have 1620 behind, covered by the CO and slightly covering the SB.
Turn, as you can see, is 9h. I have 2nd nut flush. SB checks, I check, CO bets min 40 1bb again. SB check/raises to 120, which is only 3BB and 1/5th pot. But for some reason, we haven't been playing long enough, I'm concerned he likely has something. Nut flush is a possibility. A weaker flush, especially jack high is also good possibility. Or he could just have a 7 and trying to get out 1 card flush draws. This doesn't make a ton of sense though because of how it has played out and how passive he has been. Few players would take this line with a naked 7. I call the 120 and the CO folds.
You see the rest on the screenshot. There is 880 in the pot, 2d is the river and he shoves all-in. I'd have to call 1400 to win 2280, so terrible odds
IMO. But we all know that this guy has just polarized his range. Giving me such terrible odds and shoving like this after very little aggression to this point usually means he either has a monster, thinks he is good, or has turned something goofy or potentially interesting into a bluff.
I can't give any more information out other than the outcome. And we all know we're not supposed to be outcome based. So now that you have all of the available information, what would you do here?