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  • TT just fold QQ and JJ are tough here QQ you can jam, but calling might just be better. (Jam is +EV) JJ you can't jam, and calling might be +EV. (Jam is ~0 EV) Then you mix a few other hands into calling. Of course not AK, that's always a jam. But some KK+, and some AQs, 76s. You can approximate zero call though, just jam only. Reasonable. I think a bunch of JJ will jam then.. I'd guess you jam like 4% range so thats AK, JJ+, and a couple other hands like ATs or A5s at low frequency. Maybe even …

  • SRP. QQ 3-Way

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    I don't think he is betting turn with or even KQ, so clearly on turn almost all pair+FD are better than AK. Like might be better than AKo there. With QQ you have a tough spot. Like you say, low equity vs his 2pr/set/straight/flush value hands. So you need to catch a bunch of bluffs. Which ones? To be honest, I don't see _any_ clear bluffs. Clear bluff meaning hands he always plays like this. Something like makes sense, that that doesn't stab flop much at all. So just fold turn due to not many po…

  • You iso pre around 40%, A3o is just around there, so up to you Flop is amazing for you, so working with some big bets makes sense. But you also have J2o type hands so 1bb is fine too. Turn you can't reraise, just call, and then call pretty much any river.. maybe hero fold on a spade

  • is a flop value bet. You have ~40% nut equity! It's similar in strength to a low flush. 3 streets with top2 is borderline, but yes, flop bet was small, and turn check-call does remove a bunch of flushes/sets from CO's range

  • River XC kinda no alternative One thing to note here is the is on the board, so the number of other flushes is quite low.

  • Turn vs regular I'm not sure what's best. Anything goes. XR is nice if he calls preflop with offsuit hands like KQo KJo and then stabs turn with varieties. Overbet turn is nice if he hates you and will call down with ATs. Normal turn bet is nice if he has normal ATs and type of hands that call that but otherwise check back. Check/call turn, hmm, seems like missing value to me. I mean there aren't many sets (no 33 22?) and 2pair (no A3s A2s?) in his range, so maybe XR is too thin for value. He al…

  • GTO-ish probably 100% flop check. But flop monotone people play too loose generally, so with a flopped flush I like to fast-play it. Just 3/4 flop and keep barreling like that. Also fish involved = looser calls from him = check has less EV compared to betting. With those two factors at play, I would say cbet > check for sure, although wouldn't go as far as saying flop check is a mistake. Sizing: You need to stack the fish quickly, like fish has hands like A3 or that never fold to any cbet or tur…

  • Quote from chitz: “River I you can fold. Your range on the river is almost only flushes. 6c5c is definitely bottom of your range. ” What? Cbet + Turn check/call can be almost any hand like , , as well as hands like AK, QQc, 2pair, set Opponent should start value betting river around top2 pair. We snap call anything stronger than top2. Folding a flush on a river here is a HUGE mistake.

  • Like you can't just bet top pair for value when a 1-card straight hits and lots of 2pair/sets/KQ are in the ranges too, it's a huge mistake, you completely mis-valued your hand strength on the river If you have a set with 77 maybe you can thin river value bet, maybe not, I think it's quite marginal for a 1/2, leaning to even that is too thin. He should fold QQ+ to your river bet. If he has 2pair/set it's a tough spot for him on river, he can't always fold them. Getting to the raise: He can't rai…

  • You river bet is a big mistake. Any 8 makes the straight, KQ makes nuts, and lots of 2pair hit. You can't bet there for value, no worse hand will call you.

  • Flop kannst du von mir aus gross betten, also 2/3 ist ok Turn A hittet ihn absolute nicht. Daher gute overbet für dich. Praktisch aber wohl nur gut als overbet-bluff, und nicht vor value. Obwohl Kxcc und 6xcc möglich sind, gegen die die overbet funktioniert. Aber denke mit ner size wie 1/2 wo er jeden Kx nochmal callt könnte besser sein. Hmm bin mir nicht so sicher. Manche rasten auch aus gegen overbet und raisen dann draws... Jedenfalls turn 1/2 mit target weak pair, oder turn 1.5 mit target pa…

  • Quote from lnternet: “Just fold pre, they do not 4b bluff there, against {QQ+,AK} it's just a fold, even if he add AQs it's a fold, you need him to have more than that and he doesn't. ” Quote from chitz: “I actually have a preflop sim for exactly those sizings, JJ is only called about 25% and rest fold. But SB is also 4betting almost all AQs about 50% KQs and roughly 1 combo of random stuff. ” So that's the beauty of (preflop) solvers, you exactly see where and how the indifferences occur. Here,…

  • If we simplify your range to JJ only, he should cbet like 1/3 size 90% of the time, with all QQ+ and most AK combos. He should then 2barrel 1/3 size 80% of the time with all QQ+ and maybe half AK combos. And then he should jam river 1/3 size around 80% of the time with all QQ+ and some left AK. Walking backwards, river jam 1/3 is #18 QQ value + #4.5 AK bluff (1:5 odds for caller, 1:4 value:bluffs) Turn barrel 1/3 is #18 QQ value + #4.5 AK river bluffs + #5.5 AK turn bluffs Flop barrel 1/3 #18 + …

  • Yes you have enough equity if it were an all-in jam but you flop a bluffcatcher 90% of the time which realizes <1 and that makes it below 30% realized equity. I think JJ vs QQ+AK range would probably realize 25% with that much money left.

  • Quote: “not that much stuff for value (other than 87 BB doesn't really turn much value - 88 3bets pre or x/raises flop, maybe couple of 2P like 83s/82s possible, but unlikely) ” This is exactly the reason for overbetting turn. Do you not play turn overbets as default strategy? Or did you miss to do it here? If overbets are part of your game in this spot, and you didn't overbet here, it means you are representing a weak 8 or a 7 for value. Which means he could XR turn with A8, K8, maybe other 8x.…

  • Just fold pre, they do not 4b bluff there, against {QQ+,AK} it's just a fold, even if he add AQs it's a fold, you need him to have more than that and he doesn't. Or you need him to play badly postflop, like AK always 1/3 + XF safe turn, so you have easy call once + fold turn. That might be realistic. As played turn you bet specifically against AK. He has 6 outs, ~12%, so you bet 1/7 pot, giving him 12.5% pot odds. Well on 5 you split, so mabye a bit bigger.. but you have KK+ in range so that sho…

  • The 3b range is bit tight, but ok. The opening range and 3b range don't make too much sense for the equity calc; mainly vs the 4bet guy is important, and maybe 3way with the 3bettor who then calls. 76s is obviously retarded flat call and you should never do it. But the idea is, you rep KK+, and if your opponents are good enough, the should recognize this. So if they have AK they never jam pre, and if they have QQ they just check/fold all non-set boards. If that's true then 76s (and a bunch of ot…

  • I suck at making big folds but like come on we can't fold this seriously he can bluff he can have AA AK KQ JT at least sometimes and even against AQ have 4 outs!!

  • Quote from poop_scoop: “pre flop you jam AA along with like 2 bluff combos of A5s or AK. And fold everything else. ” Or you flat KK+ and a few other combos, not sure what, possibly 76s Don't think you can fold KK, and it's not great for jam, so that has to flat regardless. And only flatting KK isn't amazing.. I mean it performs fine with ~pot size left but you can probably add in some hands that can bluff vs AK/QQ postflop like 76s and then add in AA cause they don't have much value in a jam any…

  • There aren't many bluffs, like no offsuit hands. KTo not preflop open, AKo probably checks because of showdownvalue, so maybe ATo but maybe not. So you only see suited bluff hands, and it's not many. KTs, T9s, couple FDs. Might still be enough to call half pot though. I think the tight/solid regs just don't bluff river that much and I think you should fold, but call is fine, no worries.