***** Hand History for Game 74174376024 ***** (Poker stars)
$50.00 USD NL Texas Hold'em - Friday, January 20, 11:27:53 ET 2012
Table Sumeria VII (Real Money)
Seat 2 is the button
Seat 1: ledansam ( $47.80 USD )
Seat 2: Marrs_aka_CB ( $47.80 USD ) (button)
Seat 3: ColdFishstix ( $63.45 USD ) (SB)
Seat 4: Hort4tor ( $50.10 USD ) (BB)
Seat 5: Seliter52 ( $77.20 USD )
Seat 6: GeeBeeKay ( $24.75 USD )
ColdFishstix posts small blind [$0.25 USD].
Hort4tor posts big blind [$0.50 USD].
** Dealing down cards **
Dealt to Marrs_aka_CB [ Th Ad ]
GeeBeeKay raises [$2.00 USD]
Marrs_aka_CB calls [$2.00 USD]
** Dealing Flop ** [ Js, Ac, 3c ]
Marrs_aka_CB bets [$3.40 USD]
GeeBeeKay raises [$22.75 USD]
Over 14 hands (I know super small sample) villain had 83/44/44.4 (VPIP/PFR/3bet) what would you do in this spot?
Meh spot. Guy is obviously playing pretty much every hand over a small sample. His bet sizing indicates he's a monkey. However, without seeing how he's played past hands, it's hard to say. Would he do this with a flush draw? Gut shot draw? A4-A9?
I don't mind making marginal calls against bad players like this because I'm overrolled for any cash games I play. I generally find a call here will be +EV, although sometimes pretty marginal. Without more information, you could be getting value owned accidentally by a button clicker or snapping off a stupid bluff/shove with minimal equity. So I would make the call most of the time. However, if calling and losing would bother you/tilt you/make you question your decision making, I can see finding a fold.
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