Originally Posted by SeeBed
So you don't mind reverse implied odds as much because his range is much wider and therefore includes a lot of worse Ax and Kx?
The reverse implied odds are worse for him because he's more likely to be dominated by your range. Additionally, if he's raising a wider range then your implied odds aren't as good because he's less likely to hit a hand he's willing to commit with.
Compare that to a tighter opponent who raises a stronger range. 3-betting with hands like AT or KTs increases your reverse implied odds (bc he's more likely to have you dominated). But if you 3-bet hands like 98s against that type of opponent, your implied odds increase and your reverse implied odds drop because you have a hand that can hit big against a hand he'll have a hard time folding and that's easy to dump postflop if you miss.
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