SB range should be KK-99, Ax, tiny bit AA. I dont think he should be checking too much. You are clearly ahead against that range, why dont you see a value bet?
I dont like checkback flop, because you are never ahead anymore if you dont hit.
If you bet…
Looks like a jam to me yes. Even more in practice, as people usually jam all flushes on the river, not mixing with xc. So his range contains only a few better Kx, some KQ, some weaker Kx, AA-TT bluffcatchers and give ups.
Pre is good. As mentioned, can be anything at this point.
I wouldnt raise flop, but I guess it's not wrong. Not many good turns for AJ and not an easy bet/get it in if he reraises.
Turn just call, jam is too loose for sure.
Mmh river is just a fold,…
No dont fold turn. 98, 54, A3hh type hands possible for sure.
River depends on opponent/site. I think most people dont bluff a lot on paired river. Very few nuts possible on the other hand.
My personal advice is always that folding all of these spots on…
Quote from chitz: “Preflop, always wondering about this myself what our calling range should look like, imo 95s seems a bit too weak, but given the odds it cant be too bad to call right?
Flop, same here, where do we draw the line? I don't think 5x has…
Pre is fine to call when BB is fish. Nothing I do too often but it's exactly the hand strength for doing it when you have a BB behind that calls a lot.
You can only fold the turn if you think he has just zero bluffs. But I dont think that's the case…
Quote from chitz: “if SB didnt cold call the 3b then JJ is an easy 4b and call vs jam, it gets much closer vs those tight NL10 3b and 5b ranges.
You 4b/call JJ MP vs BU? That's too loose for sure.
Anyway, I like 4b if these guys are not too tight.
I mean the hand is played fine for sure. But turn is just thinner than you expected it to be, because it's MPvBB (I'd almost always 2barrel BUvBB).
Regarding flop: Axx boards with two low cards very rarely have a cbet freq >60%.