$0.50/$1 No Limit Hold'em Cash, 6 Players
BTN: $112.01 (112 bb)
Hero (SB): $106.58 (106.6 bb)
BB: $125.73 (125.7 bb)
UTG: $190.35 (190.4 bb)
MP: $219.28 (219.3 bb)
CO: $106.96 (107 bb)
: Hero is SB with A
4 folds, Hero raises to $4
, BB raises to $9.50
, Hero raises to $23
, BB calls $13.50
: ($46) 4
8 (2 players)
: 6 (2 players)
: K (2 players)
Villain was 30/24 over 1.6k hands. His stats say 10% 3bet, but 24% BvB. I am making it 4x and opening a tight range to exploit this.
I saw him flat AKo OOP vs a 3bet in an uncommon 3bet bluff spot, like CO vs UT or something, does this make it more likely for villain to show up with broadway type stuff flatting a 4bet?
He also cold called QQ in SB vs my MP pfr.
I saw him 3bet KJo SB vs CO reg who had 74% fold to 3bet, and he checked it down on Q33r Qs 4. He also called 89s IP vs a 3bet and checked it down on KQJr Kd Q, so he might be on the passive side post-flop as caller.
His fold to cbet is 43%. He is very aggro as pfr, cbets 64% and barrels very thin value/merge on turn as well as lots of bluffs(stats say 64% turn barrel). Saw him bet pot on flop turn and river with Qs8d on 478ss 2s 5 vs a reg.
I just wondered, if u see someone call pre with AQ, how many streets would you think it takes to fold them off it?/how many streets would you bet?
Would you automatically put AQ in someone's range here? I would have expected someone who 3bets so often to shove AQo and wider... but i guess if he can flat and make more money, it's the best play?
He always 3bets this small i think.