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[NL20-NL50] TT vs tight sqeezer nl 25 sh

    • dzikson999
      dzikson999
      Bronze
      Joined: 17.08.2010 Posts: 532
      PokerStars - $0.25 NL (6 max) - Holdem - 5 players
      Hand converted by PokerTracker 3

      SB: $58.01
      BB: $25.00
      Hero (UTG): $29.06
      CO: $15.90
      BTN: $25.69

      SB posts SB $0.10, BB posts BB $0.25

      Pre Flop: ($0.35) Hero has T:spade: T:club:

      Hero raises to $0.75, CO calls $0.75, fold, SB raises to $3.30, fold, Hero calls $2.55, fold

      Flop: ($7.60, 2 players) 6:spade: K:diamond: J:spade:
      SB bets $4.20, fold
      Villain is 24 /22 with overall 3 bet 6.8 % what to do with 10 10 in souch spot call, fold or 4 bet ?!
  • 3 replies
    • w34z3l
      w34z3l
      Coach
      Coach
      Joined: 03.08.2009 Posts: 13,331
      Hey Dzikson999,

      I would fold here. You are very likely behind the range of the SB here and you are not getting odds to setmine. In this particular spot SB 3bet % is likely a fair bit lower than his average 3bet of 6.8%, probably closer to 2-3%.

      If 3bet was smaller and it was likely CO would overcall I may consider calling to set-mine but folding on flops without a T.

      Given that you did call vs a tight range you should basically just set-mine. Folding flop is fine, no need to float here imo.
    • dzikson999
      dzikson999
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      Joined: 17.08.2010 Posts: 532
      And how big someone 3 bet % should be that you will start to defend TT ipo (calling) and how big % when will you start to 4 bet pre ?
    • w34z3l
      w34z3l
      Coach
      Coach
      Joined: 03.08.2009 Posts: 13,331
      Originally posted by dzikson999
      And how big someone 3 bet % should be that you will start to defend TT ipo (calling) and how big % when will you start to 4 bet pre ?
      Standard call20 rule is a good start.

      You can defend with less behind to win if

      a) open raise has a very tight range
      b) there is another caller or an opponent who is likely to overcall

      3bet % is not necessarily the most important factor in deciding whether you should 4bet TT. If I don't suspect someone has a wide 5bet range I usually prefer to flat TT in position and 4bet mainly as a bluff. If you suspect someone is capable of shoving light with hands like Axs and small PP's then 4bet/calling TTs becomes a good option.

      Positions are important also, I'd very rarely be 4betting TT from MP, far more often it would occur somewhere like SBvsBB