BB is a good TAG (by that, I mean he's not as spewy as the majority of my opps
, he's capable of checking with good SDV) who has adjusted to my aggro image by 3betting wide. I've donkbet into him a couple of times before in the session on flops like Q85r, and he folded then. I've failed to take notes on BB's cbet tendencies in 3bet pots. BTN seems on the TAGgy side too, though I've been less observant of him.
€0.10/€0.20 Pot-Limit Omaha Hi, 3 players
Hero (SB) €20.31
BTN raises to €0.7,
Hero calls, BB reraises to €2.8, BTN folds,
(€6.3, SPR=2.78) T
Hero bets €5,
(€16.3, SPR=0.77) 7
Hero bets €12.51 all-in
Imho flatting BTN's raise pre was fine as our ds kings don't play well deep, but I admit that, given the quite aggro preflop dynamics (I'd say BB 3bets 10%+ here), I shoulda 4bet/called after BB's 3bet and BTN's fold to make the SPR better (am I right?) and shipped all flops if flatted pre.
As for the dynamic flop, I think a default good villain would often check behind despite the fact it's a 3bet pot, and I don't have good SDV, the c/f option is so dull because it's happened too many times in the session, c/r is too expensive and less likely to work because of the uncomfortable SPR - I'd like to control it myself - so I decide to donk/fold, merging and turning KK into bluff (vs AA; vs draws it's obv a vbet). It could work immediately but this time he calls.
Hopefully, the turn improves my backdoor flush and I ship fearlessly (fold+pot equity combination is good even vs bare AA). I'd probably shove any turns besides hearts and non-spade straightening cards (besides Q obv).
My thoughts are messy as always, I've said not 4betting pre was a mistake, now what would you do postflop as played? Thanks in advance!