Playing Sets on dry flops OOP vs different types
My reckoning is that playing sets more aggressively vs some types can be more profitable on dry flops than other opponents..
We are in a 50 nl game 9 max.. we are in Middle position and we raise 3x we get a call on the button and both blinds fold.. Board comes 8/5/J rainbow we have 88 for middle set. This is how i would play where both me and the villain have 100 blind stacks.
Vs Aggressive opponent (frequently C bets and raises and is actively looking to outplay opponents) betting small to half pot seems good to induce raises, leading small more than checking allows him to make some mistakes post flop and give him a good price to catch up while still building a pot.
Vs Tight opponent (will bet when check to but won't barrell off too often, will play fairly straight forward and fold frequently to C bets).. check caling seems optimal. On the basis that he will rarely call when bet to and we give him the percieved lead.
Vs Loose Passive opponent (calls very wide in and out of position, won't fold to C bets and is the type of player that will play low pocket pairs to the river/ a non believer) playing honestly seems to be the correct play vs loose passive types. Betting close to pot on every street, going for maximum value. The reasoning is he won't get tricky by check raise bluffing or fold overs on flops too often, thus we need to go for maximum value on every street. Bet sizing vs this player will depend on how loose passive he is.
any other thoughts on playing this situation OOP vs certain opponents and how that will vary?