Originally Posted by fdel15
I have a small sample size on my opponent in this hand and am not sure what the best "standard" type of line should be. I think Villian is a reg and I am playing on a few tables with him.
His stats are 26/20/11.4 3bet
My thought process is that he is not cold 4betting light here because I 3bet an EP raiser which shows strength. I think if I shove I am getting called 100% of the time. I considered folding PF, but decided that I would flat and get it in on any flop without an Ace or a King.
How many sample do you have on him and what's his 4bet and squeeze?
If high then I think that means he is aggressive preflop in general and he could very well be cold 4betting with AK.
"I considered folding PF, but decided that I would flat and get it in on any flop without an Ace or a King
" - I don't like this thinking. This means that we are ahead preflop but we wanna see if we are unlucky postflop. It also allows the villain to bluff postflop with an incredible FE on Axx or Kxx flop. And we are going broke to AA/KK on a flat board texture 100 % of the time.
Since we are closing action and we have position on the villain flatting the 4bet could be acceptable but I don't like it.
At 123BB effective stacks, I don't think you can ever feel too bad about stacking off preflop with QQ. I'd just keep it simple and 5bet/call.