Originally Posted by Jever
That's an interesting analysis. And I haven't read it all tbh.
But why do you think Hero should have a x/c range? I don't disagree with you, but your x/c range seems a bit narrow IMO. IMO it should be wider.
From an exploitative standpoint, your range looks just fine. ATM. From an unexploitative standpoint... not so much.
Do you mean SB? Because BB should be able to turn some hands into bluffs, AJ is a whole 15combos here and probably prefers to bluff on this run out rather than showdown, as well as some 5x hands. Also, if SB has no c/c range, then BB can't vbet anything :S which makes no sense, and if that's the case, BB can just bet his entire range and win(unless of course SB goes for a c-r sometimes, which may be the case on a board like this idk).
You think SB should get to the river and c/f too much air to only c/c AA/KK/AQ? SB needs to c/c about 60%-70% of his checking range depending on BB's bet size, to be optimal but i have no idea on how much air SB has if he plays optimally. Qx/Tx are pretty much the same here i think as bluff catchers. If you c/c too much though BB can't bluff.
Lol, that's unfortunate, since i was going for the unexploitive..
Ty for help.
@G.Threepwood: Qx would be too thin for SB to vbet i think, though i could be wrong, and why incl QJ and not AQ?