So, villain in the hand is like 80/10. He's been paying off everyone, going deep in almost every hand, and I have a decent read on his bet sizing. We've been going at each other quite a bit, and everyone has been getting out of the way.
$0.10/0.25 NL hold'em
effective stacks $45
blinds are posted, villain limps UTG. It's folded to me on the button, and I pop it to $1.50 with QJo to isolate (I have been doing this a lot, and he has been calling with his entire limping range). Everyone folds to villain who obv calls (he does not fold pre-flop).
Flop: A K 10 (two clubs)
Villain leads for $2. This is a big bet from villain, and signals he has caught a part of the flop. Felt a lot like he was holding aces up or club draw.
What's your play on the flop and for the rest of the hand?