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Nanook of north - FTP 1/2, 2/4

    • Schnitzelfisch
      Joined: 08.11.2008 Posts: 4,952

      I am having quite big problems with this player, Nanook of north on FTP. He seems like a good LAG, he's a winning player. Basically this is what i have on him:

      VPIP: 33
      PFR: 25
      AF: 2.1
      WTS: 43
      3bet preflop: 14.1
      fold to cbet flop: 23
      fold to cbet turn: 42
      fold to cbet river: 0
      c/r flop: 23%
      3bet CO: 13% BTN: 14% SB: 19% BB: 12%
      cbet flop: 100% turn: 69% river: 55%


      raise T for free SD
      b/3b F with strong draws
      calls down light, c/r flop light

      So ya, what do i do? I can't completely avoid him unfortunately as he plays quite a few tables. What should be my preferred position? to his left? to his right? on the opposite side of the table? Also some help from taavi who probably played him tons would be nice.
  • 1 reply
    • ukcoolcat
      Joined: 27.11.2008 Posts: 167
      lag, i would have him on my right for the usual reason(being i can try to isolate him with big hands), that is my first thought.

      i can see your dilema though, what hand range does he raise T with for a free showdown? knowing that stat could help you a lot.

      obviously you should imo, tighten your range against him.

      hope that helps a little.