Originally Posted by BigVach
I can tell you disagree but I wasn't only talking about his 4b/c range. Maybe "good reg" was a bad choice of words. I'm talking about your household micro/low reg who's multitabling and playing super TAG in the first x levels of something like this. I'm not giving that guy any credit for having a bluff range or a 3b/f range. That's just my expectation.
If you think his 3b range is QQ+/AK then I will argue that the correct play is to fold AK pre to his 3b. I still refuse to believe that a regs' default 3bet range is QQ+/AK personally I have a 3bet % of 12% and know many regs who 3bet light alot early in MTTs to set up an image. It's a very +EV play, esp if people are flatting AK oop. so I just don't follow the logic of winning = tighter 3 bet range. as a matter of fact I think the losing player often have a tighter 3b range.
But, in honor of OPR and being readless, a statistic I used to look at alot back in the day to get a better idea about pf ranges when readless is ITM. naturally looser players will have lower ITM% than tighter players regardless whether they're winning or losing. I've seen winners with ITM% as low as 10% and as high as 20%. it also tends to converge much faster than ROI which can be skewed by one bink.
having said that, however, still never flatting AK oop.