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3bet OOP

Discussion in 'Texas Holdem Hand Discussion' started by Pro2type, Jul 7, 2010.

  1. Pro2type

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    NL Holdem $2(BB) Replayer Game#3414200714

    Hero ($238)
    l4stg4m3r ($372)
    stennn ($221)
    Tk_1 ($184)
    ThePsychic ($703)

    Hero posts (SB) $1
    l4stg4m3r posts (BB) $2


    Dealt to Hero: :As: :Jd:
    stennn raises to $6
    Tk_1 calls $6
    ThePsychic calls $6
    Hero raises to $28
    fold , fold , fold ,
    ThePsychic calls $22

    FLOP
    ($70) :8c: :Qc: :Tc:
    Hero don`t know what to do!

    Hi guys it`s pretty weird spot imo, this guy is 23/16/2,2 for over 2k hands. Calls from that position 18% and 3bets 6% and he don`t like folding to 3bet or sqz. The only option here I guess is ch/fold or not?
    A have some notes for him:
    - in 4 way limp pot try to steal on the A turn with SPP
    - calls 3bet with JJ+ and suited conectors
    - bet and call sqz with 78s
    - bet and call 3bet MP to CO with AQo
    - bet and call sqz with TT
     
  2. Wonderful

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    bet/fold seems best.
     
  3. Brobebrato

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    I think this flop hit his calling range a decent %. Depends on the dynamic between you too. Your table image. B/f or c/f... C/f seems better to me because we have small equity + oop.
     
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    looks like small pp quite often so bet/fold seems ok.Check/fold is weak since you have decent equity.
     
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    lol, missread on my part, Y b/f
     
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    I like b/f better, because you can push off many one pair hands on such boards with just one cbet.
     
  7. ahtung

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    what are his flop tendencies in 3b pots, is he imaginative, brave? bluffing/floating freqs? if not i believe that b/f is best, but if i feel he can turn sometimes his air range here (low pp, wrong suit connectors) i guess i'm c/f-ing..
     
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    i am c/fing this like 99.9% of the time without any given history for the moment of play or realtive information regarding his postflop game in 3b pots
     
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    i'd prolly c/f given he is tighter it seems, and u dont really have that good of equity here vs his continuing range

    id cbet vs someone with a wide range who I also know gives up fairly easily
     
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    i think this guys is able to do some triky shit postflop so he might even bluf u on that flop + his continuing range is strong so yeah c/f looks like the best option
     
  11. TheLeakyFaucet

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    If he is eveeeer bluff raising you on this flop you have to c/f. If you think he is going to play super straight forward I dont mind a b/f
     
  12. jully

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    you can bet/fold but in the moment if you don't know what to do u can c/f
    agree c/f is not bad at all
     

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