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He could have pocket sixes.
What line would you play having pocket sixes there?
What line I'd take will be dependent on the villain and take whatever line that reps the most amount of weakness/bluffs to him (perceived range). common lines include c/r flop bet turn jam river or c/c c/c c/rai. I'd never consider c/c c/c then donk pot though because it's a pretty bad game plan to c/c c/c with some weak hand OOP with the intention of donking pot on certain rivers.
Soo was the conclusion to cbet/call flop and c/c turn? Or c/rAI turn? If it was to c/c, what's the gameplan on different rivers?
Game plan is the same as if you flopped the nuts. However you play the nuts you can play this hand the same way. The important thing is to play your range and not your hand when facing decent regulars.
I do agree with ansky that jamming all in on the flop is probably over doing it.