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PLO200 - HU IP in 3-bet pot with SPR 5: fd + gs + overs on J54t

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PLO200 - HU IP in 3-bet pot with SPR 5: fd + gs + overs on J54t

Blinds: $1.00/$2.00 (3 Players) BN: $166.28
SB: $206.75
BB: $200.00 (Hero)
Preflop ($3.00) Hero is BB with 3 Q A K
BN folds, SB raises to $6.00, Hero raises to $18.00, SB calls $12.00
Flop ($36.00) J 4 5
SB checks, Hero

Villain is a tad loose (40/24) over 400 hands. Including this hand he steals 5 out of 15 times from SB. Seems to play normal for the most part, but occasionally does something weird/unexpected that doesn't really make a ton of sense. It's not like he spews money away or anything (at least from what I have seen).

The reason for posting this hand is that I had a lot of conflicting thoughts on the flop about what the overall gameplan should be from that moment onward. Particularly since neither piece of hero's hand is apt to dominate villain's hand, if he decides to put more money into the pot. Can you guys find a check-back here? If so, how to proceed on several turns? Or is pot/committing the way to go? Or perhaps c-betting a more standard amount of 2/3? If so, what to do against a c/r?

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