BTN vs CO 3bet pot flopped nut flush

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BTN vs CO 3bet pot flopped nut flush

Blinds: $0.08/$0.16 (6 Players) BN: $67.42 (Hero)
SB: $68.33
BB: $19.99
UTG: $22.50
MP: $16.00
CO: $16.00
Preflop ($0.24) Hero is BN with A Q
2 folds, CO raises to $0.48, Hero raises to $1.28, 2 folds, CO calls $0.80
Flop ($2.80) 5 T 6
CO checks, Hero checks
Turn ($2.80) 5 T 6 4
CO bets $1.36, Hero calls $1.36
River ($5.52) 5 T 6 4 K
CO bets $2.88, Hero raises to $50.56, CO folds
Final Pot BN wins $10.77
Rake is $0.51

Villain: 17/13, CO open: 19%, FT3b OOP 11%, 4bet OOP 11%, FTCb 3bet pot - 40% - 798 hands - not too good sample for 3bet stats

Preflop standard 3bet with this hand

Flop - what should be our action? We block quite a bunch of his flushes and FD so I chose to slowplay the hand and hoped he's gonna try to bluff the pot. Would delay cbet. Our hand is not vulnerable + we block big part of his continue range, we also balance our checking range with nutted hand so I think it has some merit.

OTT: Villain bets and I called as turn is basically blank in this situation, continuing to trap villain. I think we shoul reraise sometimes with our best hands here but I would rather choose hand like A2dd-A5dd because we dont block QXdd and can get more money vs weaker flushes and FDs.

OTR: I decided to shove with SPR close to 1 but I think smaller reraise could make more sense here as we block Qd so it's very unlikely we get called here by weaker flush. I think we could reraise small and hope to get called by weaker flush like some PP with diamond or rarely with set...I think all-in makes sense given the SPR but exploitably we could choose different sizing here.

BTW - would you have any bluffs here ? It's quite hard to have bluffs here as I would play pretty tight and straight forward in this spot especially without diamond and would rather fastplay with strong hands. I think we shouldn't bother with being balanced in this spot on micro stakes...As far as I know those spots are played pretty straight forward even on NL500 etc. or at least it was like that some 2 years ago...

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