My understanding from your thoughts is, because we didnt go out of line so far in the match there is no reason for him to raise us on this board, did i get it right?! im just talking about specifying his range that he raise us on this board (obviously the board didnt help us that much but in the same time its unlikely the board improve him that much that he can raise)
My second question is, what kind of image we should have had so this raise from him in a 3bet pot on this board is a more likely that is not a bluff and if we shove we get call most of the time with a strong hand?!
obv, i'm not Krantz, but i'll give you my take on this hand ( I assume you mean QJs on 963r or something like that?)
I had been fairly aggro, and had 2-barred a few times. So, villain should expect me to keep firing, if he's aware at all. Also, look at the board, its very hard for him to have a hand than can be raising for value. A9 or TT would really be the only value hands, while at the same time, they would be a bad raise given my aggression and the dynamic.
if you contrast that with the last hand of the video, where i call it off with ATo on 764cc, 7o Turn, the villain's raise on 764cc is much stronger. He might raise any set here, any 2pair, any draw ( 45, 56), etc, etc. So if i jammed here, i can't really count on much FE.
As for your 2nd question, board texture really plays a key here. But if you want to bet / 3bet on 963r and get called alot, you prob have to look like a psycho.