SB (original 3bettor) is 34/10 over only 50 hands. He has 3bet only once out of 13 options and it was from the SB. I expect him to have a lot of strong AA** and KK** (maybe not even that) and premium highcard and rundown hands. Does it make sense to 4bet such a player deep IP in the first place?
BB is a active, not particularly good, LAG playing 40/26 over 600 hands. He's calling supermany 3bets (81%) and his range is def. much wider than SB's.
First question? Is the 4bet good?
[converted_hand][hand_history]Poker Stars, $0.10/$0.25, $0.05 ante Pot Limit Omaha Cash, 6 Players
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Hero (UTG): $64.04 (256.2 bb)
MP: $30.94 (123.8 bb)
CO: $22.42 (89.7 bb)
BTN: $29.28 (117.1 bb)
SB: $63 (252 bb)
BB: $68.07 (272.3 bb)
: Hero is UTG with A
Hero raises to $1.15
, 3 folds, SB raises to $4
, BB calls $3.75, Hero raises to $16.30
, SB folds
, BB calls $12.30
: ($36.90) T
J (2 players)
BB bets $35.06
On the flop it's basically $47.96 into $84,59 so I need about 36% to make a breakeven call.
I gave him a (imo) reasonable range and it's a super +EV call vs that. Idk it the range is accurate but acutally I think it's rather too tight than too loose given his preflop range and him donking pot into me. I think he expects me to shove AA** here always and therefore he would prolly check sets and 2pairs which again weakens his range.
|Hand ||Pot equity ||Wins ||Ties |
|JBBB, TBBB, JMMM, TMMM, KQJT, T987, 9876, KQT9||49.41% ||309,517||0|