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Pre-flop against weird tightie.

    • Foxxxen
      Joined: 04.12.2007 Posts: 3,428
      There is a weird guy that I often encounter in my game. He is tight, and he actually often folds to raises, if he has limped, or re-raises, if he has raised, pre-flop. I think basically that he folds all hands except JJ+ and AK to re-raises. I have never seen him cap.

      Now, what would be the optimal range to re-raise him with pre-flop? Right now I am doing it with 67s+, KTo+ and all pp.

      Oh, and we're talking 1/2 full ring.
  • 1 reply
    • ciRith
      Joined: 25.03.2005 Posts: 18,556
      The normal rasie or 3-bet charts should be ok here. You can add suited connectors like ou already do. FRom what you say it sounds that he is a rock which means that he often has stronger hands so you shouldn't get to loose with reraising him.

      Postflop playing all draws (even gutshot on good bords) should be good against him as well as pure bluff on low boards which he often missed. You should not calldown your weaker hands if he plays back to you.