1/2NL: Bad Call pre against Old Nit...Now Bluff?
I'm at a table that's 100% old nits that just opened up about an hour ago.
HERO: ($400) I'm clearly the young gun, and I'm running well preflop, so I'm probably playing like 35/35 or something. Whenever I haven't raised, everyone at the table's like "Oh my god, I ACTUALLY get to see a flop!" You know the drill. Regardless, my postflop image is still pretty clean, and everyone's still folding to my cbets saying "I'd tip that dealer real good if I were you, the way you keep getting those big hands." I'm yet to do anything really besides open pre and cbet the flop, though.
VILLAIN: ($300) One of the old nits. Earlier he limped in LP, and I iso'ed him from the BB. He tanked and then said, "Boy, I can't wait to get a piece of you" while folding KQhh face up.
Villain's in the CO and opens for $10. Hero's in the BB w AcQs and calls. Yes, I realize this is a bad call pre when villain has shown that he limps KQs in LP. I'll never do it again; I promise.
Flop ($19 after rake) comes
Hero checks, Villain bets $15, Hero calls.
Turn ($45) comes
Hero checks, villain bets $25, Hero.......?
My question is basically if I can profitably turn my hand into a bluff here. I have a double gutter and an easily dominated flush draw. Does described villain ever even have less than a flush here? But it seems like he only has one combo of flush (AKss), and I don't know if there's a line I can take that gets him of AsQx/AsKx/JJ/AA type stuff.
Thoughts on villain's range and likelihood of me being able to get him off of it? Plan on river (a ton of different cards put me in a ton of different spots)?