I had been playing very aggressively at this table and to anyone who is paying attention have a bad image. Started off the session flopping the nuts and shoving over a river bet, getting a fold. I then immediately got KQ and AJ two hands in a row, raising them both times. A little later I raised on the button, got 3 callers, checked back a Q84r board, bluffed a K turn when checked to me again, and bluffed the river. Guy folded and I showed the bluff. Like 2 hands later I turned the nut flush and ended up raising the river, got called and showed it down.
A bit later I squeezed a $7 UTG raise and like 3 callers. I play with the initial raiser a lot and he took a while before folding, proclaiming that he let me steal the pot and that he "knew I didn't have anything."
I also made an A-high call vs. a guy who bluffed with a missed flush draw, which got some attention at the table and seemed to make him pretty frustrated.
Literally like 3 hands before the hand in question, I limped A2s in mid position with a bunch of other limpers. J82 board got checked through and the turn was an Ace. Guy who I hero called the A-high against bets 16, opponent who is villain in the next hand calls, and I make it like $55 or something. Guy behind me thinks for a while, slams his chips a bit, seems frustrated (not really with me though since we haven't been in many pots and we were talking a bit), asks himself if he wants to do this, and folds. Guy who first bet thinks for a decent while, asks me how much I have left, seems frustrated (with me), and folds. Villain folds pretty quickly and doesn't seem too frustrated with me and I take it down.
So a few hands later I limp 64s in early position. This probably isn't great, but my reasoning was that I was 250bb deep with a pretty big spewy fish at the table, and the table wasn't raising a lot preflop. I think seeing a cheap flop here this deep with a bunch of bad players and one particularly spewey player is fine.
Anyway, there's like 2 or 3 limpers behind me, SB completes and BB checks. Board is 642 with a FD. BB is the villain who folded pretty quickly in the last hand, and he bets out for $12. We are 125BB deep so he has like $250 and I cover. With my image I obviously raise, making it like $43 or something. Everyone else folds, and BB thinks for a few seconds and makes it $100.
Now, I don't really have any specific reads on this guy despite playing with him for about an hour and a half. I've just seen him limping a decent amount, I think he raised preflop a couple of times, but I haven't seen any showdowns or really took note of any significant pots that he was in other than the one I described above where he folded. He also has ipod headphones in, which suggests he might not be as aware of my table image as some of the other players. Further, my lack of a read obv suggests that he hasn't shown me much, hasn't been too active, and is therefore potentially pretty nitty post-flop.
So do I get it in here? Against the other players I was involved in some pots with I would for sure - basically if he's taking my image into consideration I snap get it in, as he could be fighting back with a FD, TP, spazz, or w/e. Also, live players will often just limp in with--or if they're the BB just check--good PP's. So although I don't know anything specific about him, live players on average could have some like 88, JJ, etc. and even AA in their preflop range for sure. On the other hand, it seems definitely possible and even likely that he's not aware of my image and doesn't care - he didn't seem frustrated with my previous raise, he has his earphones on, and I haven't seen anything spewey or even significant from him at all.
Appreciate thoughts on this spot, including:
A) The actual decision
B) What you would do here completely readless (i.e. no reads on villain and if I had no image either.)
C) If you would get it in, how deep would you have to be to not get it in?