UTG: 270,215 (Hero)
Blocking the nut flush having a range advantage I went ahead and c-bet the flop. I didn't want to make it too big and give him an option to 3bet shove on me.
I was planning on barreling on clubs and A for sure, should I be barreling on a J? I think after my 1/3 c-bet villains range is full of JT,QJ type hands so I wasn't sure, but felt like a T would be a better barrel than a J. I would be barreling a K as well OTT, I think people underbluff that turn when the K pairs, we still have the better overpairs and the stronger Kx and he should have lots of draws to fold. On the blank though I want to be barreling to make him fold some weak 9x, a lot of his draws, underpairs and maybe some of his floats although having the nut flush blocker decreases those by a ton.
What would be the river plan here though? We shove on clubs, on A but do we shove on blanks? It doesn't seem like it will work much after villain called 2 streets.