# How to extract from LAG(tard)?

• Bronze
Joined: 08.08.2010
BTN: \$1290.24
SB: \$122.91
Hero (BB): \$518.88
CO: \$92.50

Pre Flop: (\$7.50) Hero is BB with J J
1 fold, BTN raises to \$10, 1 fold, Hero raises to \$35, BTN raises to \$80, Hero raises to \$135, BTN calls \$55

Flop: (\$272.50) A 3 K (2 players)
Hero bets \$85.00, BTN calls \$85

Turn: (\$442.50) 8 (2 players)
Hero checks, BTN checks

River: (\$442.50) 2 (2 players)
Hero checks, BTN bets \$85.00, Hero calls \$85

Final Pot: \$612.50
BTN shows 2 K
BTN wins \$607.50

UTG: \$210.00
MP: \$396.00
CO: \$1000.00
BTN: \$2225.00
SB: \$1000.00
Hero (BB): \$1076.75

Pre Flop: (\$15.00) Hero is BB with Q Q
3 folds, BTN raises to \$20, 1 fold, Hero raises to \$70, BTN raises to \$150, Hero raises to \$1076.75, 1 fold

What do you guys think is the best strategy facing a 4bet blinds vs BTN vs this type of opponent? His range is overwhelmingly bluffy, but the 4bet size is relatively small. Also it seems like he is willing to call small 5bets light. What should our ranges be?
• 4 replies
• Bronze
Joined: 30.12.2010
I would make it bigger preflop, why we would't 5bet jam it? He could feel committed and call off with any pp or ATs AJs (if he's really that much of a tard).
• Bronze
Joined: 08.08.2010
He's a NL1k,2k reg. He is not stupid, he just can't help bluffing and trying to run people over...
• Bronze
Joined: 30.12.2010
You said he was a tard not me
• Bronze
Joined: 08.08.2010
Haha, i think there is a definition difference here

For me Lagtard is a regular who plays too aggressive and or loose and is unable to adjust/shift gears. If you watched Phil Galfond's series titled 'Philosophy', 'Lagasaurus' is the type of player I am talking about.

If he were a fish, I would refer to him as aggro fish.