Guys, 3-barrel bluffing 92/14 players is usually not a good idea. I'm curious as to why you think it's a good idea in this hand. Are you somehow expecting him to play 92/14 preflop, but then suddenly start making rational folds postflop? In my experience, this is the type of player who will probably call flop and turn with any hand and any draw.
If I'm reading ProPokerTools right, he's going to have that a lot on this board. He raised with a 14% (or so?) range. He can continue on this flop 90% of the time, and the turn maybe 75% of the time. By the river, he's often going to have a 4, a 9, a 10 or an overpair.
Aren't we actually overestimating the fold equity on each street here? Creating a compounding error that eventually ends up being a fair bit -EV?