3BP. Facing x/c > x/j

    • 3BP. Facing x/c > x/j

      Hello guys,

      have another hand that i wanted to share with you :)

      Playing regular 100NL 6-max on microgaming, anonymous. HERO is BU with K :club: Q :spade: , 100BBs effective.

      UT folds
      MP folds
      CO folds
      BU HERO raises to 2.5BB
      SB raises to 10BB
      BB folds
      BU HERO calls.

      FLOP (21BB) : Q :heart: 3 :spade: T :diamond: . SB checks, BU HERO bets 7BB, SB calls.
      TURN (35BB) : 4 :heart: . SB checks, BU HERO bets 12.5BB, SB raises to 83BB total and is all in, BU HERO...???


      Pre - STD.

      Flop - not really sure what range wants to do, but guess betting with the specific hand is also just STD, size i guess whatever...?

      Turn - seems like a clear bet for value again, though not sure about my sizing - it seems like my hand is 'worth' around 2 streets of value, so i guess i could bet turn bigger with the plan of checking back rivers, or what do you think, 3-small streets...???

      Once villain x/jams turn we're in a spot - if we look at hands that would be playing this way, ussually it should be stuff like AJ/AK OR 2nd pair/weak TP (AT/JJ/Q9s) type of hand, but neither of these should really be x/jamming, mostly because it should be just a STD call on turn for these, right? So it's either some weird slowplay or some BDFD bluff like 6 :heart: 7 :heart: or A :heart: 5 :heart: , though i'd never expect to see such hands as played. Your thoughts???

      Thank you for responses! :)