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Should I raise the turn as played with the set? Should I have bet the flop?

  • 111Jackhammr318 (Westside, CA)

9 handed

$2/$3

MP2 opens $10 with $390 behind

Loose player who plays a tournament style

MP3 calls $10 with $1500 behind

Solid player

CO folds

Hero on Button with KhKd 3bets to $40

Folds to MP2 who calls

MP3 folds

Pot: $90

SPR: 4

Flop:

Ks Jc 7s

Mp2 Check

Hero check

Somewhat coordinating board but villain has called three bet after opening so my hand range for him consists of a lot of pocket pairs and suited aces. If the spade hits on the turn, or a queen I will have to reevaluate. This player has been attacking pretty wide, when checked to.

Turn

6c

MP2 bet $80

This is exactly the situation I was hoping for. The turn didn't bring home any draws, and villain has now attacked.

I debate whether to call or raise… But since the board is double suited, and his turn that allows me to raise reasonably all in, and there's a lot of money in the pot, I decide moving in is the best play, to give bad odds to any draws, and I might get a loose call if he thinks I am trying to steal the pot

Hero moves all in for $280 effective

How would you have played, and any feedback

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