Originally Posted by cl0r0x70
We have position for the rest of the hand.
I like flatting pre with suited aces, hoping that dominated draws come along out of position.
I like flatting pre with some hands (like AJ) that are usually good when they hit against a typical opening/calling range (AT,QJ,etc.), but are frequently only called by a dominating range when I 3bet (AK,JJ,etc.)
I'm pretty much calling here 90% of the time.
tl;dr synopsis: 3betting AJs folds out everything we hope to get value from post flop, and leaves in everything that has the potential to win a big pot from us (set miners, better broadways, and premiums.)
Good post. I feel this way about flatting it preflop, and it's what I would usually do. 3 betting it isn't bad, but I prefer flatting for the reasons above.
As played check behind river. Don't see any hand calling you. Though someone's suggestion earlier of betting 500 is interesting.